Girlpool – Powerplant


Girlpool - Powerplant (Anti-) 2017


There’s an instant appeal and gratification to Girlpool’s compositions, which seem to come out effortlessly. The entire experience becomes quite rapidly overwhelming, and it’s much because of the sense of unity, between Harmony Tividad and Cleo Tucker, that exists and transpires throughout the entire album.

Making good music, as much as it is an undeniable accomplishment, doesn’t compare with the connection these two have – just imagine the connection that Elliott Smith and Nick Drake had with their guitars, but in Girlpool’s case that otherworldly connection happens between two people who while in sync deliver some of the most poignant, sensitive and fresh-sounding music. With the addition of drummer Miles Wintner, Girlpool found a whole new sense of dynamism and a way to amplify the weight and height of their vulnerabilities, but also enhance their strengths.

Powerplant is a grappling master and it doesn’t take long until you willingly accept the submission.

Words: Tiago Moreira
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