> The Galician band will play the songs on their latest album, Incoming Noise, at Mad Cool.
> Their performance at the festival is set to be memorable.
The sound of this Galician four-piece is like life itself –raw and markedly vindicating when it comes to speaking out on injustice issues, but also joyful and festive where there are reasons to celebrate. In any case, the punk energy and attitude is always there, as proved by their self-released 2017 album Incoming Noise.
In a dozen garage and noise songs, Agoraphobia express a blend of feelings ranging from joy to anguish that goes straight to the heart.
Their performance at Mad Cool is set to be memorable. They first came to the festival as public, but this time around they will get onstage to give their best performance ever, as the band itself said in several interviews.