Dublin-based five-piece Sept Young ladies brought together darkened noise-pop melodies awash with garage rock overtones in the same vein as Veronica Falls and Vivian Young ladies. The all-girl clothing was shaped in 2011 by close friends Paula Cullen (bass, vocals), Caoimhe Derwin (electric guitar vocals), Lauren Kerchner (key pad, vocals), Jessie Ward (electric guitar, vocals), and Sarah Grimes (drums), and had taken affects from ’90s shoegazers My Bloody Valentine as well as the Jesus and Mary String, aswell as Phil Spector-inspired lush harmonies, which increased above their fuzzy distortion and thudding drums. Their reverb-soaked vocal melodies had been offset by gritty guitars and droning organs that drew evaluations with tourmates PINS. A small number of singles had been released on several indie brands throughout 2012, including a cassette on PINS’ very own label, Haus of Pins, and a 7″ one on California-based label Matinée, before Fortuna Pop selected them up. In 2013 the music group came back to Dublin where they composed and documented their debut full-length record, Cursing the ocean; it had been released in early 2014 and implemented afterwards that same calendar year with the four-song EP Veneer. Sept Girls spent an excellent area of the pursuing calendar year touring and producing major festival performances in both U.K. and U.S. Their follow-up record, Age group of Indignation, found its way to early 2016 uncovering a darker shade and a fresh intensity.