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Published on Mar 6, 2009
The band has always been partial to Siouxsie and the Banshees, as well as other late-seventies and eighties acts like The Cure, Sisters of Mercy, Bauhaus, Joy Division, etc. Digging deeper, we looked to artists who in turn influenced these acts, and so now for covers we do our own twists on songs by David Bowie, Velvet Underground, The Doors, or even off-track renditions of unexpected songs like "My Favourite Things" (from Sound of Music) or "Diamonds are Forever" (from James Bond). The band members all have eclectic tastes and we try to feed that musical knowledge into a sound that we like to think is distinctly The Late Isabel - glassy guitars, insistent basslines, primitive beats... It may be worth to note that there is a conscious absence of keyboards, which we like to take as a challenge and distinct feature in our coming up with a heavy atmosphere and ambience in our sound coming out from just percussions, guitars, bass and vocals.