South London four-piece Glossii mean business with their raucous new single Watching Me, which is out now.
The single is drenched in hard-hitting riffs, pulsating drum beats and a snarling attitude throughout, sounding akin to the likes of Garbage or Wolf Alice instantly. Front woman Sofia Zanghirella’s raw, impassioned vocals combined with an impressively dynamic rhythm section creates the ubiquitous back-beat for Sofia’s femme-fatale lyrical insight. Fusing a multitude of genres spanning post-punk, alt.rock, disco punk and garage punk, Glossii embody the rebellious zeitgeist of 90’s and early 00’s female fronted rock bands.
Proud members of the LGBTQ+ scene, who in turn, have been ardent supporters of the band, Glossii were formed in 2017 by Charlie Lock (bass) and Lewis Smith (guitar), along with the aforementioned Sofia Zanghirella, with the band completing their line-up with the addition of Reuben Rost (drums). Despite being in their infancy, the Glossii have found immediate success having already performed at Camden Rocks Festival, supported HMLTD, as well as gaining support from the likes of NME.com, DIY, Diva Magazine, BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio.
Watching me is out now.