SCREENS are a post-punk trio hailing from Tel-Aviv, blends hard-hitting riffs with traditional Mediterranean melodies.
Their latest release "MFRSM - Lie, Lie, Lie" has received praise from music publications worldwide and amassed a significant online following.
The album features raw, emotional lyrics and gritty guitar work that encapsulate the complexities of urban life. This unique perspective is evident in their songs, as they navigate through the themes of identity, love and loss, and the search for connection and meaning in a world that is often chaotic and uncertain.
Since forming in 2015, the band has established a dedicated following through relentless touring across Israel. Known for their high-energy live performances and uncompromising standards, SCREENS delivers a unique and captivating experience.
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"You are hooked from the off by the piercing guitars and driving rhythm section. The bass line is very infectious and the shouty vocals work perfectly with the song. It’s the guitars that steal the show though, they sear through your soul as you listen, making you want to jump around in a mosh." Indie Midlands
"What a way to kick off a brand new album. Fast Factors has everything you could want in a rough and ready
post-punk anthem." XUNEMAG
“Fast Factors” is a fiery noise rock tune in line with acts such as METZ, Preoccupations, and IDLES. Reverb-heavy guitars, roaring vocals, and tireless percussion make for an adrenaline-pumping experience." Dusty Organ
No lulls or boring moments, just great artistry! You can really feel the love and emotion that went into it; it provided a real genuine moment". WE WRITE ABOUT MUSIC
"The Israeli work is fast-paced and intense, like a desire to feel more real while listening to it. It is pure power to drive you crazy in the middle of any life and not regret anything. It destroys tranquility but I love that". Indie Criollo
“The song comes as a blow of lightning and thunder in a storm of voices and guitars that conveys the madness.
This performance shows that this professional group knows what it needs to get out of their electric instruments". Yossi Hersonski, Israel.