About us

Cryptic Street is a musical riot, ready to rock your ears and mess with your brain. They’re serving alternative madness with a quirky twist and a punk attitude, fresh out of their DIY framework, as they gear up to take over the world from their Maltese roots.

Cryptic Street have been shaking audiences to the core with their infectious tunes, and with the honest, relatable themes they attack in their tracks. Their sing-along hooks, melodic bass lines and punchy guitar lines have left everyone wanting more from these riot grrls-next-door.

And give us more they most definitely did. After releasing their debut album ‘Titty Monster’ in 2018, the Cryptic ladies performed across Europe and the UK, and were featured on KEXP, DIVA Magazine, Europavox, Tom Tom Magazine, and Louder Than War, amongst others.

‘These girls most certainly mean business with their attitude ridden, energetic drive and uncompromising approach. Riot Grrrl’s give us what you got!!’ (Louder than War)

This fierce group promises to keep strutting their stuff, and showing us what they’re packing over the coming years. So hold on tight, because the Cryptic ride has just begun.

Dishing out attitude since 1997, Leona is a vocal with a vast interest in the arts. Eccentricity is the ideology she lives by, and her only fears are that she will stop dreaming and questioning life. Her interests range from photography to film production, and her aim is to conquer simultaneously singing and playing the bass.

A bassist with a twist and a flare for artificial intelligence. When she’s not buried in her books, Leanne is jamming out to metal music and hanging out with the Cryptic ladies. Even though she can barely play the ukulele, she’s a master of her craft and she glows when she’s on stage.

Janelle is a fiery red-headed feminist, with a head full of dreams which she is persistent to achieve. If you have an edge for philosophical discussion and the culinary arts, then Janelle’s the girl for you. She is fascinated by the minds of other people and diverse cultures, and is always down for a spontaneous getaway.

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