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Bitch Falcon Release New Studio Track

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‘Panther’ is the latest studio recording from Bitch Falcon, streaming from Friday. “‘Panther’ is about being blind in the present, letting everything around you move on as you sit dwelling in numbness. It’s a realisation that you’re stuck in between your emotions and physical reactions come first before really understanding how you feel.” says vocalist, Lizzie.

Four years on from an initial emergence, the Dublin-based three-piece haven’t so much discovered their voice as relentlessly refined it. 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 voice.

Tracks like ‘Wolfstooth’, ‘Syncope’, ‘TMJ’ and ‘Clutch’ speak to a band unwilling to sit still and stay quiet. These are songs of punch, grit, and verve. 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 short time together, the trio have shared the stage with the likes of Fucked Up, Torche, The ZZZ’s, Glen Hansard, No Spill Blood, Pussy Riot, and Les Butcherettes.

Catch Bitch Falcon live:


1st Camden Rocks Festival, London

27th Y Not Fest, Derbyshire




New Bitch Falcon Single, ‘Of Heart’

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Bitch Falcon are back with new track ‘Of Heart’, emerging as one of the grunge scene’s brightest new hopes. The Dublin rock trio have continuously strived to keep their sound moving forward and ‘Of Heart’ is the natural progression of this process. The band has masterfully captured the full-force energy of their live shows, and the result is an all out collision of sound.

The aesthetics are raw, even at times frenzied, and the music harnesses the best elements of rock, grunge and pop; as singer Lizzie Fitzpatrick snarls her way through proceedings with her distinctive, once-heard-not-forgotten voice.

Regularly heralded as Dublin's best live act, Bitch Falcon have hit the festival circuit with triumphant slots at Electric Picnic and Canadian Music Week. Not to mention, their TV debut on Other Voices garnered praise from Annie Mac and Huw Stephens of BBC Radio 1.




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