-Review- Girl Nowhere - "Dead End" EP

Girl Nowhere have a three track EP here that is brimming with unique pop/punk potential.


From: Long Island, NY
Sounds like: Pop/Punk

Girl Nowhere based out of Long Island, New York consists of a duo of two girls, Kirstin Mohammed (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar) and Emily Racanelli (Drums). The duo recently released this three track EP back in February with a sound described as "catchy hooks and mosh-inducing breakdowns". The first track "I Gave You My Last Breath But You Held It Anyway" kicks off the EP with a high energy sound. The pace of the track is very natural and has a Pvris influence. "Trying To Wash Off Three Wasted Years" has a slower, more intimate opening before it explodes into a You Me At Six type, uplifting rock chorus. "I've Dragged Myself Out Of This Pit Twice Now" closes out the EP in style with a crunchy pop/punk flair of a track. The track is extremely catchy and really shines. The potential is off the charts for Girl Nowhere. We can't wait to hear more music.

Girl Nowhere have their own style of pop/punk which is sure to catch the ears of many fans of the high energy pop/punk sound.