The Coathangers | A Review of Larceny and Old Lace

An all lady Post Punk band from Atlanta Georgia, The Coathangers, will be releasing their latest album called Larceny and Old Lace. The album combines standard punk melodies with a few pleasant variations thrown in for shits and giggles. With a coarse lo-fi style of music, The Coathangers ring every bit of life out of each track that populates the Larceny and Old Lace album.  Filled with lyrics that have both playful and pissy bits the album exudes a certain attitude, one that any good punk album should. The lead off track for the album Hurricane is a fast paced song that belted out on spent vocals accompanied by background vocals provided by the rest of the band.

Each track off of the album is strong in its own right, but the best off of the album are: Trailer Park Boneyard, My Baby and Tobbacco Rd. The only real contemporary of The Coathangers in terms of musical style and all female line up is a band that hails from Toronto Canada called Magneta Lane. So, if you like The Coathangers then you will also appreciate Magneta Lane. 

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