Betty and The Werewolves

A London, UK based female fronted indie-pop band, with Laura McMahon (voice & guitar), Helen Short (bass, voice & keyboards), Emily Bennet (guitar & voice) & Doug McFarlane (drums). Formed in 2007, they are three girls & one boy (from London & Cambridge). They take their inspiration from classic romantic literature & old “Look-In” annuals. Whooping & howling through the night as their sweetly sung melodies collide with glitter-struck punk guitars. From Virginia Woolf & Grandma Wolf - they sing ditties about falling in love with David Cassidy & strange encounters on night buses, shouting all the while and scuffing up their party shoes. They signed with Damaged Goods, after a gig supporting Holly Golightly at the 100 Club (London) & set-off to Gizzard studios (East London), to record their first two singles (Euston Station & David Cassidy), then after a year or so of writing songs they recorded this album with Jon at Onecat studios (Brixton), after a tip from Amelia Fletcher. Their Teatime Favourites album is a mix of lyrical, energetic pop & shouty punky pop songs. They recently played both nights at the Camden Crawl & and played The Indietracks festival in 2010. A new single Paper Thin is out, with two live tracks on the b-side. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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