These twenty-somethings from Rouen, with their electrocuting riffs and strangled cries, seem intent on bringing danger back to French rock.
With perfect equality, the group is formed of two guys and two girls. Not exactly hiding behind their provocative name, the group unloads their over-flowing energy into their raw tracts, in no way glossing over their savage garage-punk. Their album, Kids Are Lo-Fi, was released last year and you can hear American influences like The Stooges, Ty Segall or The Cramps. When you have heroes like these you really need to give it everything on stage and We Hate You Please Die is up to the challenge with an energetic frontman who’s often found down in the pit with the fans.