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Vinyl LP pressing. For London-bred band Bones UK, every song is a chance to speak their minds, and to shed light on the disconnect between the status quo and the far more glorious world inside their heads. On their self-titled debut album, vocalist Rosie Bones and guitarist Carmen Vandenberg confront everything from the beauty industrial complex to toxic masculinity to music-scene sexism, embedding each track with choruses primed for passionate shouting-along. Bones UK offer up an album that's both provocative and endlessly exhilarating, even in it's most outraged moments. True to the L.A.-based band's anti-conformist spirit, Bones UK unfolds with an entirely uncontainable sound, a riff-heavy collision of rock-and-roll and rough-edged electronic music. On opener "Beautiful Is Boring, Bones UK bring artful riffs and sinister grooves to a feverish statement against societal expectations of beauty. "We're living in an era when everyone's being airbrushed into looking all the same, when really it's imperfections that make you beautiful," says Rosie. On "Filthy Freaks," the band twists the narrative to an all-out celebration of the perfectly imperfect, the song's bright tempo and surf-rock rhythms backed by Rosie's brazen lyrics (e.g., "I like your leather/But I like it better on my floor").