Panther will be out via Reckless Records and will be showcased at The Great Escape, ANTIfest, Camden Rocks Festival, Y Not Fest and many other recognised music festivals this summer.
“Panther is about being blind in the present, letting everything around you move on as you sit dwelling in numbness,” said vocalist Lizzy.
“It’s a realisation that you’re stuck in between your emotions and physical reactions come first before really understanding how you feel.”
The Dublin-based three-piece burst onto the scene four years ago and spent the time honing their noise and finding their voice.
Their raw, frenzied sound is contained within a chaos that touches on grunge, metal, hardcore and even melodic electro-pop.
Bitch Falcon have packed rooms in Toronto, LA, and London and toured relentlessly across Europe, the UK and are a massive draw on the Irish festival circuit.
After a blazing show at Eurosonic, a sold out mini Easter tour with support from THUMPER, and radio support from BBC Radio 1, Kerrang! and Radio X in the UK and beyond with their last single Prime Number, Bitch Falcon have really built up an appetite for this new offering, Panther.
Pulsating tracks like ‘Wolfstooth’, ‘Syncope’, ‘TMJ’ and ‘Clutch’ speak to a band unwilling to sit still and stay quiet. These are songs of punch, grit, and verve. Up close and personal, they make an even greater impact as the band’s deserved reputation as one of Ireland’s most engaging live prospects, comes to the fore. In their short time together, the trio have shared the stage with the likes of Fucked Up, Torche, The ZZZ’s, Glen Hansard, No Spill Blood, Pussy Riot, and Les Butcherettes.