stream Post Pink’s ‘I Believe You, OK’ EP
It’s no secret Sister Polygon has great artists and Baltimore post-punks Post Pink are no different, bringing a similar radical energy to labelmates Priests and Downtown Boys. They released their debut EP I Believe You, OK on May 21 (following a 2015 demo), and made a fan out of Speedy Ortiz’s Sadie Dupuis:
— sadie dupuis (@sad13) July 2, 2016
The EP is raw and powerful, both sonically and lyrically, touching on subjects like sexual assault (as the record’s title implies), racism, and not fitting into impossible standards.
I’ve seen them in Baltimore a few times, and their shows always left me in awe. Frontwoman Angie Swiecicki breaks the boundaries between the band and the audience, getting in your face and making you feel her euphoria and anger, and handing over the mic to the crowd. They’re one of the most exciting new bands in Baltimore’s current music scene.
Stream their EP below: