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YHWH Nailgun, Isaiah Hull, Finlay Clark


Windmill Brixton

22 Blenheim Gardens SW2 5BZ London

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YHWH Nailgun (Brooklyn, NY)

The quartet of Zack Borzone (vox), Jack Tobias (synth), Sam Pickard (drums), and Saguiv Rosenstock (guitar) display an innate ability to translate a primitive spirit into a modern form.

Born during the lockdown as an experimental project between Borzone and Pickard in Philadelphia, the group expanded as the two moved to New York, adding Tobias for their debut self-titled EP, which was produced by Rosenstock, who was then integrated into the band.

That first collection is one of self-discovery, of finding the tools necessary to make songs within the band’s own ecosystem. They honed in on their own world and their collaborative, close-knit writing process, discovering the essential structures and feelings that make YHWH Nailgun.

"burgeoning Brooklyn-based punk ensemble YHWH Nailgun released halting new single, “Tear Pusher.” It’s an apropos name for a sound so singular in nature– the track, which follows the band’s October release, “Castrato Raw (Fullback)” elicits a corporeal response: listen to vocalist Zack Borzone chew on consonants, push the near incomprehensible lyrics out from a clenched jaw and constricted chest cavity and feel your jaw clench too. Try to resist your own heart from palpitating to Sam Pickard’s relentlessly mean rhythms. Start feeling like you’re late and you’re in trouble, or Jack Tobias’ alarm-like synths will do it for you; and right when you’re at that critical point, reaching to gnaw on the flakes of skin around your nails and Saguiv Rosenstock’s whiny guitar feedback is making you feel like you can’t take it anymore, let those sudden bursts of harmony wash over you, orgasmically, before the discord starts again." -

ISAIAH HULL - Stand-up Tragedian


Solo project of the Still Houseplants guitarist.

Source: Windmill Brixton website

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