British indie rock band Porridge Radio have released their sophomore album, Every Bad.
The 11-track record is fueled by a desire to “figur[e] out how I want to exist in relation to others, and how to process my own feelings, how to be vulnerable, how to show people how I feel,” said frontwoman and lead songwriter Dana Margolin in a press statement. Influences on the album include the likes of Irish alt rock icons The Cranberries and British pop star Charli XCX.
Porridge Radio began as a bedroom project for Margolin, before morphing into a band with keyboardist Georgia Stott, bassist Maddie Ryall and drummer Sam Yardley. They put out their debut album Rice, Pasta and Other Fillers in 2016.
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