The 9th EP from alternative indie/folk band Flaming June encapsulates female spirits that break the mould with tributes to the Suffragettes and Suffragists in "The Women's Battalion" and the girl who refuses to be conditioned by expectations in "The Firework Maker's Daughter". Oblivion documents the disillusionment of the disenfranchised and Drunken Assassin is a dark take on the solitary.