It's a home-brewed, dubbed out piece of post-punk...

Las Kellies are a lawless phenomenon.

Part of the loose-knit DIY communities that pepper Argentina, their debut album - 2016’s ‘Friends & Lovers' - went on to become a cult global success.

Spurred on by word of mouth hype, Fire Recordings stepped in to support the group on their sonic dalliances.

Now a follow up is due. 'Suck This Tangerine' is set to land on March 27th, following sessions at home in Buenos Aires.

A concise 12 tracker that moves from garage rock to sloping post-punk via dubbed out leanings, it's a riveting journey from the Argentinian project.

We're able to share taut, addictive new song 'Funny Money', and it feels like a barbed South American cousin to New York's seminal 99 Records.

A deeply rhythmic experience - even the guitars are essentially percussive instruments - it's a throbbing, ultra-visceral experience.

Tune in now.

Catch Las Kellies at the following shows:

March
26 London Shacklewell Arms
27 Ramsgate Music Hall
28 Manchester Fair Play Fest
29 Bristol venue TBA
30 Cardiff The Moon
31 Leeds Headrow House

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