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Bitch Falcon Release ‘Damp Breath’

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Emerging from a summer of hot festival dates all over Europe, Bitch Falcon release ‘Damp Breath’on Reckless Records. Receiving its world premiere this past Sunday on BBC Radio 1 Rock Show with Daniel P. Carter, ‘Damp Breath’ is a blistering 200 seconds long audio assault

In the latest release, Lizzie Fitzpatrick's shredding guitar and commanding vocals are underpinned as always by the throbbing bass and drums duo of Barry O’Sullivan and Nigel Kenny. ‘Damp Breath’ is where Bitch Falcon’s sound has finally found its full widescreen focus.

“‘Damp Breath’ is a story that deals with someone being managed by a person of authority who is potentially seedy in their intentions…. Would things be easier if they embrace their sexuality and use it their advantage or would behave in that way quickly create dread, anxiety, self-loathing and a complete abandonment of feminist values which ultimately would result in overwhelming guilt.’ says Lizzie.




Bitch Falcon To Support Black Peaks On Tour

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Acclaimed Irish rock band, Bitch Falcon will support Black Peaks on their upcoming UK tour this October.  The band have already performed to packed venues at The Great Escape, ANTIfest, Camden Rocks Festival, Y Not Fest and many other recognised music festivals this summer.

Four years on from an initial explosive emergence, the Dublin-based three-piece haven’t so much discovered their voice as relentlessly refined it. If anything, they relish in sharp declarations, their signature sound always moving forward even when throwing a nod to the past. The aesthetic is raw, even a touch frenzied, yet the chaos is controlled in a ferocious through line that harnesses the strongest elements of rock, grunge, metal, hardcore and melodic electro-pop. Through it all, Bitch Falcon make this busy mix sing in a distinctive, once-heard-not-forgotten voice.

Up close and personal, they make an even greater impact as the band’s deserved reputation as one of Ireland’s most engaging live prospects, comes to the fore. In their time together, the trio have shared the stage with the likes of Fucked Up, Torche, Girl Band, Sleeping With Sirens, The ZZZ’s, Fontaines D.C., Pussy Riot and Le Butcherettes.

Catch the incredible line up (also featuring Black Futures) at the following venues:


3rd Manchester, Gorilla

4th Aberdeen, Lemon Tree

5th Glasgow, Garage

6th Birmingham, O2 Institute 2

8th Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

10th Bristol, The Fleece

11th London, Electric Ballroom



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