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Girls Are Loud: Live Review

On our recent tour we were lucky enough to be asked back to the awesome Sumac Centre in Nottingham, and be part of a benefit gig for a girls orphanage in Sierra Leone.
The best thing about the night was how much money was raised to help these girls.
We also had a lot fun playing though. Read the Live Review on Echoes and Dust.

Vale Earth Fair 2019

Our own local music festival, the Vale Earth Fair was, yet again, awesome this year. We played the main stage in the early evening, here’ what Tommy G though of our gig:

“Never ones to skimp on the visual side of things either the lead duo were, for reasons best known to themselves, dressed as nuns with Grace topping it off with a headdress of burning incense sticks which later in the set she switched to a Japanese schoolgirl style costume.

It would be easy to think the visual side was to distract from the music, particularly as new drummer Charlie is still finding his feet, not just in the band but behind the kit, but they delivered exactly what we’ve come to expect from the trio mixing punk, grunge and riotgrrrl with a whole load of energy and they were the first band to get a few on their feet.”

Read’s Tom’s full review of the festival here

KING NUN in Guernsey

We had an awesome weekend sharing the stage with one of our favourite bands – KING NUN.

We met the guys earlier this year at Liverpool Sound City and still can’t believe they came to Guernsey to play.

Theo even made it in the local rag



See you again soon guys!

Here is Tom Girard’s review of the night

Article in the GEP Feb 2019

Run Me Down

Back in December we released a new video of ‘Run Me Down’. a track as yet not recorded anywhere. We did the usual mail out and got some nice reviews back.

GET IN HER EARS made us: Track Of The Day

Following their EP The Only Way Is Lost and last year’s ‘Science (Gone Wrong)’, Guernsey’s Track Not Found shared a brand new single.

Oozing a raw, punk-infused energy ‘Run Me Down’ is propelled by scuzzy throbbing bass and gritty vocals as it races with an immense, soaring power. Filled with catchy hooks and an impassioned, gutsy emotion, it’s an instant ear-worm, marking this young band out as definite ones to watch in 2019.

Loud Women said:

Guernsey teeny-punks with the least SEO-friendly name ever, Track Not Found, have a new video out, ‘Run Me Down’ – a basement-rousing scunge-pop banger.

The band are Emma Thomas (drummer and vocalist), Grace Tayler (guitarist and vocalist) and Maisie Bisson (bassist and vocalist).

Looking forward to hearing more from these bright young things in 2019.


Yes, we did think of Sleater Kinney, but this is a super alternative for when you want to keep those classics for best. Who knows they might even reach that classic status themselves.

Issue Zine Cover Girls

Thanks for Issue Punk Zine for putting us on the cover of their Issue No. 100. Proud to be sharing it with the awesome Pussyliquor, too.
Neil did a little interview with us when he came over to Guernsey back in October, and Grace did some doodles to go with it.

Check out their website

SOUND Festival Guernsey

We had a great time at the SOUND Festival back in October. We were also really happy to see Neil Duncan travel to Guernsey for the Festival. Neil runs the great punk zine ISSUE and he seems to like us quite a lot.

The most exciting of news

Since our UK tour in the summer we’ve been in talks and recording with Funnel Music, and are really excited that we have recently been signed to them. The guys from Funnel seem happy too:

“We’re all delighted to welcome to Funnel family the truly amazing track not found.
Hailing from Guernsey, the band are Emma Thomas (drummer and vocalist), Grace Tayler (guitarist and vocalist) and Maisie Bisson (bassist and vocalist).
With new music on the way, the band are definitely ones to be looking out for in 2019!”

Science Live

Pod Not Found

Our friends at Guernsey Gigs, asked us to record a podcast.

Listen to it here: