The Bay Area's Lolly Gaggers are a queercore four piece that cite "90s punk, deathrock, and rockabilly" as their influences. What's interesting is that they don't sound anything like what you'd expect from their influences. "Death Threat" has that darkness of deathrock, but instead it's more of a goth influenced song with more of a combination of post punk and New Wave. The 90s punk influence is audible with the attitude and penchant for gang vocals on the chorus. "Death Threat" is this really compelling mixture of sounds that blend shockingly well with each other, when they're not elbowing their way to the forefront.
You can watch the video for "Death Threat" below. Songs for a Plague will be out July 2. You'll be able to get your copy over at Bandcamp. For more on Lolly Gaggers, check them out on Facebook and Instagram.