Norwegian punks SLØTFACE show their lighter side on new single Take Me Dancing

Norwegian punks SLØTFACE show their lighter side on new single Take Me Dancing

It's all about finding that balance between protesting and partying.

Following on from their huge, debut EP Sponge State and it's raucous title track, Norwegian four-piece SLØTFACE have dropped another indie-punk masterpiece in the form of up-tempo party anthem Take Me Dancing. While SLØTFACE have earned themselves a rep as a feminist band with strong social and political views, Take Me Dancing is proof that these punks like a drink and a dance as much as the next person. Vocalist Haley Shea spoke about the qaurtet wanting to show another, previously unexplored, side to themselves on Take Me Dancing: “The feminism we have faith in is all about individualism and being free to be yourself regardless of gender. Yes, we believe in equal rights for all genders, but we also like partying and drinking and sometimes we make mistakes, and that’s OK.” Hooky, upbeat and bursting at the seams with youthful energy - Take Me Dancing is tailored to all of your pre-drinking needs and will undoubtedly find its way into your Saturday night playlist after a listen or two.

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