”Written bySaien Benjamin
“Where My Girls at” is a Punk anthem of Resilience and Sisterhood
NOBRO, the Montreal based pop-punk powerhouse, is back with their latest track, “Where My Girls At“. Led by the formidable Kathryn McCaughey on vocals and bass, Karolane Carbonneau on guitars, Lisandre Bourdages on keys and percussion, and the exceptional Sarah Dion on drums, the band continues to establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with in rock and roll. Mccaughey’s powerful vocals set a rebellious and raw tone. The nostalgic 2000’s Pop-Punk sound of the instrumentation provides a perfect complement to the angsty vocals.
This track is a masterclass in rock, boasting infectious melodies that refuse to leave your head. The band describes “Where My Girls At” as an upbeat anthem where heartbreak takes a back seat to girl power and rock ‘n’ roll.
This celebration of sisterhood and female empowerment reminds us that with friends by our side, anything is possible – even starting a band on a whim.
Building on their previous successes with tracks like “Let’s Do Drugs” NOBRO has honed their signature sound, incorporating ’70s glam and high-energy Pop-Punk elements into their music. Their performances are nothing short of powerhouse, with epic guitar licks and crescendos that have garnered praise from the likes of Iggy Pop, Blink-182, and Alexisonfire.
Their fearless approach to music and life is evident in their artistry. They reject societal pressures and expectations, taking risks and chances to create music that resonates deeply with their audience. As they continue to challenge the status quo, they’ve earned coveted slots opening for Blink-182 and touring with bands like PUP, Alexisonfire, Billy Talent, Fidlar, and The OBGMs.
In the often overly commercialized world of modern Pop-Punk, NOBRO stands out as a beacon of originality and authenticity. Their music serves as a sanctuary in a harsh world, a place where they cultivate strength and resilience. With a string of blazing singles and EPs under their belt, including 2020’s “Sick Hustle” and 2022’s “Live Your Truth Shred Some Gnar,” their trajectory is on an upward spiral.
In “Where My Girls At,” NOBRO continues to redefine what it means to be a modern Punk band. Their unapologetic celebration of sisterhood and female empowerment, combined with their raw musical talent, makes them a band to watch. Keep your ears open, because they are just getting started, and their future promises to be as electrifying as their past.