So we're Fagash McCann, a two piece from the sticks of Northern Ireland. Our band consists of just bass and drums. When we're not writing in a garage somewhere, we're dragging ourselves to gigs in a battered old Peugeot. Our debut single 'Nervo' is out and we'd love if you checked it out. Thanks!
We're a Toronto four-piece that tie punk/rock/hardcore on our 10-track debut. In the first track alone you'll find punk, hardcore, sass, screaming, solos and rock, as well as some synth. Ferocious, eclectic and fun, something for any punk/hardcore fan with a taste for adventure and experimentation.
“Dirty Little Lie” is about control, succumbing to it or taking it tf back. It’s also about the devil card in the tarot. it‘s not meant to be preachy. it’s meant to shine a light in the murk of our conditionings and ask who are you under the influence of – the angel or the devil?
‘Export The Family’ shows an impressive growth, offering a stripped back sensitive side that contrasts with bursts of the band’s signature ruckus energy with angular and grunge notes. Ending glistening and spacey, with flickers of synths, ‘Export the Family’ is Honey Lung’s most creative effort yet.
Comprised of Joey Rogers (vox/guitar), Martin Söderin (drums), Joe Bennison (bass) and Louis Greenway (guitar), Drool employ a palette of pummelling drum beats and discordant guitars to create a sound with the sky-scraping prowess of the 90’s grunge era and the wily spirit of 60s garage-pop records.
Hi everybody, we wanted to put some hype around our upcoming performance at Pouzza fest, so we decided to release a few new songs we've been working on. We try and write catchy punk songs, with what we hope, are smart lyrics.
We're TIGRESS - a five piece rock band from Chelmsford in Essex. We've put out 2 EPs via LAB Records and are releasing our 3rd this June. We've toured with Counterfeit, Metro Station and Billy Talent - and were hand picked by Green Day to open for them in Hyde Park last July.
This is the first single 'S.A.D' from our debut EP 'Life is Beautiful.'! It's all about Seasonal Affective Disorder and not seeing enough of the sun, which I think we can all relate to in these crazy times.