NOBRO share 'Don't Wanna Talk About It'
NOBRO share 'Don't Wanna Talk About It'
Friday, February 21, 2020 - 15:57
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NOBRO have shared their new single, "Don't Wanna Talk About It", taken from their Sick Hustle EP that is coming out on Dine Alone Records on April 3rd.

Co-written with Alex Edkins of METZ, lead vocalist Kathryn McCaughey describes the track as being "as close to a love song as we're going to get". As well as their recent tour mates, Montreal-based rippers have spent time on the road with bands like FIDLAR, PUP and Charly Bliss and will be opening for Pussy Riot in Toronto.

“I wanted to play this type of music but there wasn’t a lot of women who wanted to play it. I wanted to be in the most kick-ass all female band ever,” raves Kathryn McCaughey, vocalist and bassist. Inspired by the likes of Jay Reatard, The Damned and Royal Trux to name a few, NOBRO are unafraid to wear their influences on their sleeve.

With co-writes with members of METZ and Fast Friends under their belts, as well as a new EP called Sick Hustle out April 3rd on Dine Alone Records, NOBRO are well on their way to achieving their goal. They have played everywhere from squats to stadiums, recently opening for Alexisonfire and The Distillers having previously shared the stage with bands like FIDLAR and PUP.

With pounding drums (McCaughey claims drummer Sarah Dion will “go down in history as one of the best drummers in the entire world”), shredding riffs from guitarist Karolane Carbonneau and bongo solos and keyboard licks from master of percussion Lisandre Bourdages - all topped with McCaughey’s confident, cocky yell and blistering bass lines - NOBRO are showing they are a rock and roll force to be reckoned with. They are not ashamed to admit that they have had their fair share of struggle, but they are resilient and tough.

They are aware that they will face skepticism as part of the omnipresent sexism in the scene they inhabit, but that only spurs them on. “We said we would do it one way, and so we made sure that we were always doing it that way.”