""The London rockers channeling the spirits of White Stripes and The Stooges" - Classic Rock.
"A grinding splurge of defiant rock'n'roll graffiti" - Q Magazine.
"Saint Agnes have created a unique cinematic sound and a rock 'n' roll Gothic image to match" - Daily Telegraph.
"Stomping, snarling psych rock" - CLASH.
"Saint Agnes kick out the jams with a fervour and sense of purpose that's genuinely refreshing" - The Quietus.
The mini album "Vampire" is a thing of beauty. One that sees Saint Agnes amp up their vivid storytelling once again, emboldening raw and visceral emotions to take on a life of their own. Physical copies of the mini-album (CD & vinyl) will feature 'psalms' - a series of meticulously crafted musical interludes that weave around the album, expanding and enriching the themes as they play out.
'Humanity can be too much sometimes: too desperate, too evil, too difficult to process, so we like to blur very real-world narratives with larger than life fictions in order to cope with the chaos of it all a little better.' - Kitty A Austen.
"Vampire" was born out of the band's unstoppable creative ingenuity that inspired the creation of The Quarantine Diaries - a twisted collection of cover songs with accompanying vignette-videos filmed on an iphone in their east London flat during early lockdown. The endeavour received a response from none other than Nick Cave himself, hailing the reimagining as "chilling and superior" when he heard their cover of Grinderman's 'No Pussy Blues'.
- Psalm I
- Psalm II
- No Pussy Blues
- Psalm III
- This World Ain't Big Enough
- I'm With You Everywhere You Go
- Psalm Iv
- Psalm V
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