Split w/ The Barracks

by Matilda's Scoundrels

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"Hailing from Hastings, Matilda’s Scoundrels play fiery and feisty folk-punk. This track, taken from their forthcoming split with local punks The Barracks, is like a giant swig of pirate’s grog, a feel-good, sea-faring anthem full of hope and promise for a bright future – and, quite possibly, a killer hangover. Fantastic, frenetic and fun."
Team Rock on the song 'Sinking In Their Sins'

"We can honestly hand on heart tell you that this is not only Matilda’s Scoundrels best release by a country mile but also a right proper contender for EP Of The Year- straight up!"
London Celtic Punks

Reviews:
gettanked.co.uk/post/139422455444/hastings-own-folk-punk-fueled-matildas-scoundrels

www.brokenarrowmagazine.com/matildas-scoundrels-the-barracks-split-ep/

londoncelticpunks.wordpress.com/2015/12/12/ep-review-matildas-scoundrels-split-w-the-barracks-2015/

punkonline.co.uk/matildas-scoundrelsthe-barracks-split-ep-review/

www.musosguide.org.uk/component/k2/item/2644-matilda%E2%80%99s-scoundrels-the-barracks-split-ep

Tracks 1-3 written, composed & performed by Matilda's Scoundrels. Track 4 is a cover of The Barracks.

Thomas Quinn: Mandolin & Vocals
Jason Stirling: Guitar, Tin Whistle & Vocals
Jens-Peter Jensen: Accordion & Vocals
Dan Flanagan: Guitar
James Baughurst: Bass
Jon Gosling: Drums

Artwork by Matt Welch
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released November 30, 2015

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