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Canberra’s GLITORIS Release New Video For ‘The Policy’

| 14 December 2018 | Reply

Canberra’s GLITORIS Release New Video For ‘The Policy’


Glitoris. Four fearless female musicians who’ve gained a national reputation for their unforgettable punk rock shows released their long-awaited debut album: THE POLICY last month and today, release the video for title track;

“‘The video captures everything ‘The Policy’ is about: women and minorities having to work much, much harder just to be perceived as competent relative to their male peers. ’The Policy’ video is about breaking free from societal norms and expectations and working hard to achieve what you want in life. We included snapshots of some of some amazing female leaders for inspiration!”

Equal parts anthemic, ferocious, political yet absurd, the Canberra four-piece have delivered a modern-day punk classic. THE POLICY traverses the band’s broad musicianship from soaring orchestral rock through driving metal power riffs, classic punk spats, stunning four-part-harmony-laden classic rock bangers and even theatrical cabaret!

Lyrically, THE POLICY leaves no political stones unturned; the band express their unapologetic feminist rage against a backdrop of ludicrous scenarios all the while critiquing Western political apathy. Defiant, comedic, visceral and, ultimately, empowering: THIS IS THE GLITORIS POLICY.

Recorded at Sydney’s Pet Food Factory studios with Jay Whalley (Frenzal Rhomb), mixed by Clem Bennett and mastered by Mandy Parnell (Bjork, The XX), THE POLICY is out now via Buttercup Records/MGM Distribution through all major digital outlets, as well as on CD and 12” Vinyl.


Sunday 23rd December 2018 Karova Lounge, Ballarat VIC (with Regurgitator)
Saturday 16th – Sunday 17th February 2019 Sheila’s Shakedown Festival, Phoenix Park, Ballan VIC
Saturday 2nd March 2019 City Limits Festival, Badlands, Perth WA
Friday 8th March 2019 International Women’s Day, Tuggeranong Arts Centre, Canberra ACT

“a searing debut album that melds elements of political punk-rock, grandstanding rock’n’roll and devil horns-demanding metal for a ripper first LP.” Pilerats (Premiere)

“…a Rammstein meets Led Zeppelin soundscape that will quickly become your next earworm” Scenestr (Premiere)

“a debut LP that absolutely rips” The Music

“an unapologetic brand of rock music that feels simultaneously hard-hitting and approachable.” Happy

“‘The Policy’ is a perfect self-help anthem for 2018.” Tone Deaf

“a host of absurdly brilliant tunes, The Policy is not an album to miss.” Speaker TV


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