for fans of… Demob Happy, Dead Pony, Weezer
2023 has been quite the year for Brighton’s Snake Eyes: Heading out on their first ever headline tour to packed and sold out rooms across the UK, releasing the ‘health’ ep via alcopop! records and boasting a chaotic festival season including sets at Truck, Ynot, Leopallooza, Teddy Rocks, Tiffcuff, Left of the Dial and 4 performances at The Great Escape.
Backed by everyone from Radio 1 to Radio X, Clash Magazine to Fred Perry, the Marshall Live represented trio, now complete with Gaby Monaghan on bass (Pet Semetary), are back with slamming new single ‘lean’, co-produced and mixed by Josh Harrison (Royal Blood, Snayx, Sea Power)and set for release on September 12th via alcopop!, the band are ready to smash back to back tours across the UK and Europe to see out the year.
“they’ve got a cool 90’s slacker vibe which i really love”-Amy Lamé, BBC Radio 6
“combining wonderfully anthemic grunge energy with sticky melodies to create cracking modern british rock”- Rock Sound
“blurring the edges between noise rock and more straight-forwardly melodic indie rock”- Clash
“there’s a simplicity to what they do–making snotty, scrappy, guy-and-girl-next-door punk with big fat riffs–but theirs is a case where simple is effective”- Kerrang!
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