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The London-based four-piece are interviewed in our new issue – Q355 on sale now in print and on digital – and they address the fearsome reputation their band has garnered via a series of exhilarating yet uncompromising live shows.
Asked by Q’s Dorian Lynskey if Savages are “intimidating”, frontwoman Jehnny Beth declares with a laugh: “I hope so! ” She also shares former Bad Seed Mick Harvey‘s view of the band. I like scary.” “I get that sense a lot,” says Savages guitarist Gemma Thompson of his verdict.
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Turn up the music, turn off the lights, and prepare to be sufficiently spooked.
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