Gill’s songwriting, guitar playing and impressive vocals along with Hannah and Heather’s instantly recognisable rhythm section has produced a winning formula
You would think that in the hazy afterglow of the post New Year hangover, the last thing anyone would want to do is keep the party going
‘Pervert Alert’ is my favourite and has the attitude I am looking for in a female rock band. It has the right message and I may have to download the song on to my phone and use it next time its needed
I think, now feel quite at home being part of this super young band that plays hard rock , with passion and energy throughout their entire set.
Zebrahead, Black Spiders, Yuck & more confirmed for Camden Rocks 2016, Escape The Fate & We Are The Ocean Cancelled
With a UK tour in full swing, support coming from Ireland’s own ‘The Amorettes’, Danko Jones took time out before the Dublin show to speak to MGM reporter Brian Boyle to discuss all things DJ and why it’s been a while since we’ve seen them on this side of the pond;
It didn’t long for this freezing and snow pelted crowd to get warmed up, Scottish rockers The Amorettes doused the Dublin audience with their high octane brand of rock n roll. The all girl trio made up of Gill Montgomery(guitars/vocals), Hannah McKay(drums), Heather McKay(bass) used their 30 minute set to maximum effect, belting out tracks from their debut album Haulin Ass and latest offering Game On including a ear splitting Hot n Heavy.