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MISS ESPAÑA ‘Niebla Mental’

Jun 14, 2023 | Punk, Reviews

A synth-punk ruckus for the despondent & disenfranchised

Miss España have a pronounced love/hate relationship with their home city of Madrid, a place where they attempt to navigate a life shrouded in worries, dilemmas, and anguish. Yes, adulthood isn’t a bed of roses, and yet, united by a musical bond to mitigate their troubles, Miss L, Miss M, and Miss V, channel their pain into an assault on injustice with a feverish synth-punk ruckus. There are classic post punk tendencies, but Niebal Mental possesses a searing energy of its own, propelled by clattering drums and gnarly melody fuelled bass. This leaves the piercing keyboards and agile vocals to blast a hole straight through any hearts in their path.

Free spirits rising above a mass of humanity to send rays of light to the despondent and disenfranchised.

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