Spaghetti-Western Garage-Rock band Ugly Mothers have returned armed with the gritty, historically inspired new single ‘Armistice’. Plucked from the upcoming EP ‘Garden of Eden’ which is set for release at the end of April, ‘Armistice’ is packed with delicate melodies, mammoth fuzz, twang infused guitar and their signature sour, yet storytelling lyrics.

Marking as the third release from the Burberry scarf, trench coat sporting gang, ‘Armistice’ follows its predecessor the explosive ‘Garden of Eden’ and catchy debut single ‘Gringo’ which featured a gruesomely gory music video, insinuating what can happen if you double cross this fearsome foursome.

Taking inspiration from Spaghetti Western film-soundtracks such as Ennio Morricone, Quentin Tarantino and James Bond themes, Ugly Mothers inject blockbuster Hollywood guitar riffs with a cynical snarl and lethargy.

“Stumbling straight out of sticky Leytonstone and Walthamstow pubs, fuelled by battered sausages from greasy chip-shops, Ugly Mothers juggle bar-work, superiority complexes, alcoholism and casual drug abuse, while using their dirty guitar music as an escape from an otherwise boring, humdrum and unsuccessful life, riddled with financial insecurity, limited career opportunities and disappointing romantic relationships.” UGLY MOTHERS

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