About S.C.U.M

Named after radical feminist Valerie Solanas’ Society for Cutting Up Men Manifesto, London’s S.C.U.M. evolved from gothy noise-punk into something more atmospheric and evocative. S.C.U.M.'s debut single, Visions Arise, was released in September 2008 on Loog Records and reflected the band’s darker early sound. S.C.U.M. recorded their debut album with Ken and Joylon Thomas while continuing to play live, with their appearance at Portishead's ATP I’ll Be Your Mirror festival in July 2011 among their biggest dates. Around that time, the single "Amber Hands" was released, and the full-length Again Into Eyes appeared that September. ~ Heather Phares

    London, Engalnd

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