There's an art to tagging songs on bandcamp. You don't want to make them too dull/literal but you certainly don't want to make them too wacky. You don't want them to pigeonhole your group nor do you want them to sound like a needy attempt to win cool points by associating your group with a bunch of hip genres. It's a conundrum, for sure. Sacred Paws sidestep these traps by tagging their brilliant "i n s t r u m e n t a l ((DEMO))" as "devotional freak out Glasgow". Having seen them twice in the last week "devotional" is apt as their insistent, highlife resonant guitar shapes and punk rhythms induce a kind of shamanistic dance trance as your brain empties of all its workaday nonsense and focuses on just moving in time. Sacred Paws is two thirds of Golden Grrrls - Eilidh Rodgers and Rachel Aggs (also of the wonderful Trash Kit) - and despite being only a year into their existence they already have enough memorable songs to send most of their more established peers back to the drawing board. Their first release is a split tape/download (Comfort On A Tightrope) with Hannah Lew of Grass Widow. Sacred Paws' songs are roughly recorded but diamonds all the same. Hannah Lew covers The Mantles' much revered "Don't Lie". Get on it! Oh, and should they come anywhere near your house, you must make the effort to see them live.