The name is a warning for those who expect wussy girl’s feelings from the band. In their songs there is no place for weakness and childish naivety. The EP was an aggressive and sexy mix of punk, garage and alternative rock, flavored with bitter, morbid lyrics. Later the band successfully performed for a year alongside with various grunge and punk bands, thus attracting attention to them being a Russian band which risked sounding like Hole and Distillers.
Soon this turned into a sort of label for the band, and many regarded them as a poor mimicry of their western colleagues. At first Lina tried to change the band line up, but in the end, after a long-lasting search, she decided to record a solo album and make a video clip for the song Jesus doesn’t want me with her friends, members of Matreshka-girls, a Russian-language alternative photo project. The album Crème Brulee consists of a vocal which is slightly gruffish, like the smoke of nicotine-free cigarettes, and which occasionally switches to a hissing channel with high-frequency noises which sound like the rasp of sandpaper. The metaphorical lyrics are obsessed with demons and raped by bitterness and pain.
The transparent melody occasionally takes turns with aggression, aggravation and despair. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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