When this mad and crazy world messes with your head, it’s comforting to have bands around like Bonafide. These Swedes produce traditional, heavy rocking electric rhythm and blues; classic sounds to remedy the soul and stabilise the troubled mind. Influenced by AC/DC, riffage, tempo and vocals are biased to this timeless signature, but then, with “Bon” in their title, why wouldn’t they?
Bonafide tour the UK in March 2014
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If you were to suggest inviting these boys over for Sunday lunch at granny’s house, l would insist that the Sherry cupboard was bolted from the inside and padlocked on the outside. The UK’s ball-busting, beer drenched answer to Airbourne, they play runaway rock n’ roll riffs, that send hurricanes steaming through your facial hairs. For those about to party. Trifle anyone?
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Shut your eyes and this could be Brit Pop all over again. These three lads have the infectious bounce of Blur and Elastica tinged by the romance of The Libertines, roughly brushed at the edges by the crude swagger of punk. Their debut album “Self Help” is worth a listen, with some banging indie/garage rock tunes to dance to as well!
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This East London five piece produce big, happy indie rock/pop tunes that transport you back to The Housemartin’s “Happy Hour” and the Buzzcocks “Ever Fallen in Love”. It’s snappy, dapper stuff gleaming with the raw edge of fast paced riffs and lyrical attitude. As recent supports to B.R.M.C and The Courteeners they are hailed as ones to watch. Nothing new, but irresistible!