Bryony Beynon has previously featured on here as a member of London band Good Throb (the memorably titled The Queen Sucks Nazi Cock featured in the
Just Some Punk Songs Top 10 songs of 2016 and was written about here: https://justsomepunksongs.blogspot.com/2016/07/good-throb-queen-sucks-nazi-cock.html whilst the equally wonderful Bag was an early post back in 2014 : https://justsomepunksongs.blogspot.com/2014/03/good-throb-bag.html). Before Good Throb she'd been in The Sceptres.
Since then she's relocated to Sydney, Australia and now fronts excellent new band BB and the Blips. As well as Bryony's distinctive vocals the band also features Ben (drums), Max (bass), Rowena (guitar) and Will (guitar). They announced themselves earlier this year with an impressive demo (https://bbandtheblips.bandcamp.com/releases) and have now released debut album, Shame Job. They're also going to be spending next month touring America and you can check the dates here : https://www.facebook.com/events/550753105338422/
Shame Job contains 10 tracks that combine elements of hardcore and post punk. It's a thrilling concoction, the songs are "an investigation into the uses and abuses of shame in various contexts, from nations and prisons to family and sex..." Musically great but the highlight is Bryony's vocal performance. If you think she sounds familiar but haven't previously heard either BB and the Blips or Good Throb maybe you heard her superb song Black Cardigans that's going to be a highlight of the upcoming compilation album Raise Your Voice Joyce : Contemporary Shouts From Contemporary Voices :
I could have posted any of the songs from Shame Job below, they're all winners but I've decided to go with Lucky Country...