Griefcat - Carbon Footprint

Annie Nardolilli and Louisa Hall, the masterminds behind DC-area duo Griefcat, have released the new song plus a brand new music video for their punk rock tune, “Carbon Footprint”.

“Punk is a big departure for us, but an antiestablishment album calls for an antiestablishment song,” says the duo. “We had so much fun writing and recording it. The beautiful irony is that the term carbon footprint was coined by oil companies. One of our favorite lines is ‘well I hope you do your taxes’ - we are raging against the machine, but we have to operate inside the machine in order to survive (and to avoid going to jail for tax evasion). And before you ask us, no, we have not calculated our own carbon footprint yet!”

I love the drumming and the fun/angry mood of the song, very enjoyable, straightforward and amazingly performed by the duo, with a perfect production for the genre and a super catchy chorus as well. Carbon Footprint is a very cool song, very energetic and fun! Give it a go by clicking on the YouTube player below (great video!) and remember to follow Griefcat on Spotify as well.
Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post