Watch: Post War Glamour Girls latest video; ‘Tremor’

Ever considered what a nightmarish clash of cowboys in your kitchen would look like?

Posted on Jul 31st, 2012 in Videos, Post War Glamour Girls / By James Pullin

‘Tremor’ is the latest song to be released from Post War Glamour Girls’s four track EP Tragic Loss: He Had Such a Lovely House. It's a record that was produced in a greying Leeds warehouse when jostled by greying December’s shiver, the sounds caught with borrowed microphones and a singular passion. Lead singer James Smith alternately croons and thunders like a young Nick Cave, while an unsettling refrain of “I want to be your friend, I want to be your very best friend’ entombs ‘Tremor’s’ slashing guitars in a miasma of malcontent. It’s the subversive sort of hook which will creep into your subconscious, and once there will linger like a sweet memory of a terrifying experience survived. It's thoroughly potent stuff, which will come as no surprise to the legion of appreciators in the band's native Leeds, who by now are familiar with receiving great things from Post War Glamour Girls.

The video (produced by Leeds’ own Anthologies) isn’t half bad either, but you can see that for yourself.

Tragic Loss: He Had Such a Lovely House will be pressed on a limited run of 250 10” singles, an equally limited number of CD’s, and will also be available digitally for all you non-Luddites.