Belfast-based Irish post-punk/noise rock 4-piece formed in late 2019. With socially aware vocals and a bed of reverb-soaked buzz-saw guitar layered on top of a driving rhythm that draws as much inspiration from left-field electronica as it does from post-punk heroes of the late 70s / early 80s. Enola Gay have already crafted a unique sound that has drawn widespread acclaim from key industry figures and music fans around the globe, culminating with them being chosen to perform at Ireland Music Week, Eurosonic, and SXSW for their 6th, 7th and 8th performances ever.
Opening for Irish post-punk shoegazers Just Mustard for what was only their second gig, Enola Gay wasted no time in establishing themselves as one of the next unique Irish punk voices. Enola released Sofa Suring, the first of 4 singles to drop this year, recorded with Chris W Ryan (SORBET) who also recorded Just Mustard’s NME acclaimed album Wednesday and NewDad's Waves EP.
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