It is a rare feat for a band’s name to actually describe their music; moreover, for said music to be interesting. While Love Ink’s name is pregnant with coital connotations, so is their music. The band accomplishes what takes other bands a bevy of instruments to do with just vocals, a guitar, and a drum machine. With ephemeral vocals reminiscent of the vague longing of grouper to the snappiness of Nancy Sinatra, Love Ink’s music can perform multiple duties: invoking both the female and male principles, the band’s music is hermaphroditic in its universal sexuality.
You can listen to their new E.P here. Spread the Love Ink!