In honor of the month — HOW IS IT SEPTEMBER ALREADY, WE ARE SHOUTING IN OUR MINDS — we bring you this five-piece Irish band to croon you some fervent, harmonic noise.
Hey, no sweat. We like you.
September Girls, who describe their aesthetic as “sounds from a transistor radio abandoned in a rural cinema,” give nods to ’60s girl groups, and ’80s and ’90s bands — like the Spector Wall of Sound, My Bloody Valentine, and The Jesus and Mary Chain.
We’re keen on the Irish band’s new single, “Ships.”