Friday, 27 May 2011
Check out WHERE'S STRUTTER? (Updated)
"WHERE'S STRUTTER?" are a band that you will be hearing a lot of in the future, that is guaranteed, or I'll hang up my Indie Pen...
Although there isn't much official stuff doing the rounds to listen to yet, YOU MUST SEE THEM LIVE. Also I've thrown together a few links below where you can listen to some stuff and get addicted.
Tha band are Max Lees (Bass Guitar), Danny Green (Lead Guitar), Lee Broadbent (Drums) and Paddy Neville (Vocals). They formed in 2008 in Manchester and apparently got their name from a missing snake called Strutter. Hence..... anyway....
They've already supported The View and Twisted Wheel and have been making a number of small festival appearances recently. There's still one planned live data to come in their calandar if you're within travelling distance of Wigan they're playing the Independence Festival on Saturday 28th May. More details HERE
Anyway enough trivia. Get some tunage in your ears with these links:-
The first track I wanted you to hear is "Butterfly". As I couldn't find this version on line anywhere, I made this video. Have a listen:-
There's a couple of songs available on Sound Cloud:-
1. You, me and the devil makes 3 - HERE
2. Manhunt - HERE
"You, Me and The Devil makes 3" is available as a free download from the band HERE
There are also a number of demos available on YouTube:-
SEE YOU AROUND:-
BLINDED BY THE SUN:-
There are loads of contact points for the band, all of which are listed on their Facebook INFO page HERE
I'll keep you up to date with what they're up to, as and when...
UPDATE - UPDATE - UPDATE - UPDATE - UPDATE - UPDATE
Few more song / video links. Also a link to the band's MySpace page which is worth a visit for some listenage.
THIS IS THE SINGLE???? "Mr Menace" <<<----- A MUST HEAR SONG
This most, if not all, of the gig at The Academy Supporting The View.
The Where's Strutter? MySpace Page is HERE
(As ever, if you're in the band and have anything for me to review or share then please get in touch)
Posted by Mick Campbell