One of 2016's most exciting new rock acts is coming to The Thunder Bolt in Bristol.
Grumble Bee is multi instrumentalist Jack Bennet who released his first 5 track EP to critical acclaim this year including a 4/5 star review in Kerrang magazine.
Jack, along with his talented live band mates, have been stunning audiences with their incendiary Grumble Bee live shows at festivals and indoor gigs.
Big things are on the horizon for Grumble Bee so be to catch them at are intimate venue while you have the chance!
WITTERQUICK launched that unique blend of rock-pop into the public eye in March 2015 by releasing an entirely self-made dark, yet upbeat, ‘The Otherside’ to rave reviews, clocking over 10,000 views in its first month (currently over 35,000 January 2016) and also featuring in the iTunes rock charts.
Following the release of ‘The Otherside’ they recorded their debut 5-track EP with world renowned producer Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Twin Atlantic, Lower Than Atlantis) at his studio in Cardiff.
“WITTERQUICK are a band with a massive sound and anthemic songs. I knew I wanted to work with them as soon as I heard Rise!” - Romesh Dodangoda Long Wave StudiosThe band jumped at the chance to work with Alex Wharton at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, who offered to master the recording for them,
Soldiers’, the first single from the EP, was released on October 30th during a SOLD OUT UK tour with Nothing But Thieves (10-11/2015). The tour amassed faithful fans everywhere they went, as well as some places they hadn’t yet visited (namely the birth of the WITTERQUICK Italia fan club from Italy, who call themselves the QUICK ARMY). Combined with the support from fans in the media (Kate Lawler’s Song of the Week on Kerrang! Radio, Song of the Week and a live session on BBC Introducing in Devon, to name but a few.
WITTERQUICK’s sound combines the intensity of punk-rock, and the feel of the 70’s and 80’s stadium greats, with the melody of a pop band.
“We’re not modelling ourselves on anyone, we don’t want to be like anyone else, if you aren’t doing your own thing, what’s the point?” – Ollie
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