SINGLE REVIEW: Strange Bones ‘Underdogs’

Blackpool’s Strange Bones are releasing their new single, ‘Underdogs’ and announce new May live shows. The new release represents the narrative of the contradictions in the industry – and overcoming said paradox.

The new track is an instantaneous bombardment of punk-rock and electronica infused new sound to their music. The track reflects their punk upbringing, and through this, we can feel the adrenaline immersion from start to finish. This track is merely only a taster of what is to come from the band in the future. 

Brothers; Bobby, Jack (guitars) and Will Bentham (bass) have an esteemed history of being glued to punk gigs that were recorded to VHS tapes by their parents – the foundations for which can be heard in the track but amplified in force with the subtle layover of the electronic sounds. The band’s nuances of style have been inspired by the music of Black Flag and UK Subs, the sense of community and full-throttle energy is something the band endeavour to recreate at their notoriously ferocious live shows.

Strange Bones new raging EP leaves listeners ravenous for inimitable live shows, Strange Bones are undoubtedly shaking the scene with an undeniably exciting sound.

They have just wrapped up a sold-out UK headline tour – but they are not about to stop any time soon. The band have announced a handful of shows in May alongside The Great Escape festival.

May 06 – London, The 100 Club

May 07 – Manchester, Gorilla

May 10 – Glasgow, King Tut’s

May 11 – Dublin, The Road To Great Escape

May 15 – Brighton, The Great Escape