The Portland-based post-punk / darkwave act Princess Ugly have released a brand new EP, “Death After Life”, offering six new songs. The release goes hand in hand with an all new video for the title track which you can see below.
Formed in 2004, Princess Ugly are influenced by post-punk, goth, darkwave and adjacent genres. The core line-up since 2008 is J. Christopher-Rome (words/vocals) and Christopher Moncrieffe (music/instruments), and since 2021, additional vocals are provided by Cat Powell-Hoffmann. Recent releases include the singles “Break Every Room”, “An Individual Soul”, “Start Below”, and “Hunger”.
Here’s the video for the title track “Death After Life”.
To check out the full EP and its 6 songs, listen right below and download it from Bandcamp.
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