Listen: Company Ink – ‘Blah Blah’

Punk sensations Company Ink, the latest enticing act to emerge from Norwegian powerhouse indie label Propeller Recordings (Dagny, Highasakite, Sløtface), provide a scintillating introduction with the release of debut EP Blah Blah. Spawning raucous […]

Punk sensations Company Ink, the latest enticing act to emerge from Norwegian powerhouse indie label Propeller Recordings (Dagny, Highasakite, Sløtface), provide a scintillating introduction with the release of debut EP Blah Blah.

Spawning raucous lead singles Young Milk and The Flip, the band’s infectious blend of flowery Anglophile instrumentation and driving rap rhythms, coupled with their anthemic punk roots demonstrate exactly what they’re all about and justify the growing hype.   

Marshalled by Trondheim-based duo Axel Moller-Olsen and Daragh Wearen Murphy, two university friends who bonded over their love of music and set about crafting their own unique sound, Company Ink’s stellar rise has already brought considerable critical acclaim and with tour dates to follow their EP release, the punksters are primed for further exposure.

“The songs are amongst the first we wrote together”, the two-piece stated. “There’s a lot of attitude and aggression, but there’s also a soft poppyness hidden under a sort of hard exterior in pretty much every song. There’s a lot of melody going on beneath this kind of punk aesthetic, whether it be the vocals, the guitar or the bass”.

Company Ink’s Blah Blah EP is released 31st May via Propeller Recordings and will be available on all digital platforms.

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