Godfather Pete by John GallagherThe Godfathers and War On Women : great new videos!

Two very different, most excellent bands from opposite sides of the Atlantic: all they have in common is the electric guitar (+bass/drums/vocal) as their weapon of choice and a ferocious, ‘take no shit’ attitude.   And the fact they have both today released superb videos of tracks from their latest albums…

 

First up, The Godfathers.  Peter Coynes be-suited mobster rock’n’roll band  Forever gigging and working harder than ever.  ‘Miss America’ – from their most recent album ‘A Big Bad Beautiful Noise’ (reviewed here) was devised, edited & directed by John Gallagher. Fusing iconic American imagery & building up to an apocalyptic ending John has done a FANTASTIC job.    Check out his beautifully stylised art here .   ENJOY!!

Godfathers Website

American Activist punk band War On Women released their second album Capture the Flag in April.  I reviewed it here  and it is a powerful piece of work.  They are, according to their PR , “A group that not only thrives onstage—the Shawna Potter-led outfit pummels everything in their path. The quartet are bringing a piece of their live show to screens everywhere with a new live video for their hook-laden track “Pleasure And The Beast.” Watch the video—shot and chopped by Seannie Cameras of Metrospective Media at Ottobar in Baltimore last April”

WoW – spreading their message of equality and empowerment one song and one gig at a time. Currently touring the US -some dates with UK’s Subhumans.

War On Women -webstore.

 

All words Ged Babey – except where nicked from artists press release or Facebook postings. 

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Ged Babey is 56. from Southampton, has written since 1985 for Sound Info, Due South, various fanzines and websites, contributed to Record Collector magazine and was sole author of 'Punk Throwback' fanzine -the name of which was taken from an insult hurled at him by the singer with a young band he managed for a while. Ged believes that all good music and art has a connection with punk rock.

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