An impressive slice of industrial electro-rock, complete with Shirley Manson-esque vocals, courtesy of front woman, Anelise, ‘A Paper Cut From a Paper Kiss’ is the second single taken from the band’s self-titled debut album ‘Plastique,’ released this summer. They’ll be releasing the single January 14th 2013.
Cue an equally ambiguous video, a tale of deadly Burlesque girls, death and revenge – all served with a hint of steampunk. Watch the brand new video here.
Although London based, lead singer Anelise Kunz and musician Fabio Couto were both born and raised in Brazil, moving to London to follow their musical dreams in 2008. It was here they met with British producer, Gabriel Ralls, and after some late nights discussing a mutual love of the likes of Garbage, Deftones, Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins and David Bowie – Plastique was born – a fusion of rock, electro, pop and metal, which they call Power-Trip-Rock. “We’re about powerful music and texture,” says Gabriel. “But we’re not afraid to be catchy.”
The self-titled debut album is out now, available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer and Bandcamp. And don’t miss the lo-fi video for previous single, ‘Butterflies’ filmed in the Old Vic Tunnels underneath Waterloo station. Watch here.