Gurr is a garagepop band from Berlin that sounds like a trashy 60s girl group meshed with poppy vocals in two voices and a flavor of eeriness dug out from the deep darkness that is the Berlin rocknroll bar’s restroom at 5 am.
Gurr Garage-pop power trio Gurr call Berlin home, but their sunburnt hooks and playfully defiant attitude reveal more than a little classic California punk in their DNA. On recent single “No New Friends”, lead singer Andreya Casablanca lays down relationship real talk while bandmates Laura Lee Jenkins and Jillian März trade off raw power riffs and psychedelic freakouts: No New Friends by Gurr This September, Gurr are heading into the studio for Converse Rubber Tracks sessions at Berlin’s iconic Hansa Tonstudio.
“Moby Dick” is a refreshing song that sounds like a new start. It’s fitting, then, that the track is part of the group’s forthcoming project In My Head, which drops this fall via Duchess Box Records.
Gurr: Moby Dick (Official Video)
“Moby Dick” is Gurr’s new single from the upcoming album “In my head” out in October 2016 via Duchess Box Records.
Gurr: Moby Dick Lyrics: