Blackpool rockers, Strange Bones, are due to appear at Musiclounge, Stockton and Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle in October with an energetic show that fans of rock won’t want to miss.
The band, made up of the Bentham brothers: Bobby, Will and Jack, and their childhood friend Stuart Newburn, have been playing together for the past two years and the chemistry between them is evident within their music.
The quartet has released three EP’s in the last two years, with their latest offering ‘We The Rats’ released earlier this year. Their biggest achievement, however, comes in the form of having a record produced by the Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett in the legendary Studio 606 in LA.
The bands’ sound, whilst heavy with guitars so that there’s no mistaking that they’re a rock band, is easy to head bang to even if you aren’t the biggest fan of the rock genre. They’ve been performing at festivals all summer to adoring fans and they’re continuing to extend that adoration by touring the UK.
Arriving at Jumpin’ Jacks in Newcastle on Sunday 1st October, they’re sure to put on a show that will leave all those who see them almost deaf (don’t worry; you’ll be fine after a few days). If you can’t catch them in Newcastle there’s no need to panic, they’re also playing the Musiclounge in Stockton on Friday 6th October.
Tickets for both events, priced from £5.50, are available now by heading to ents24.com. Fans are being urged to book now to avoid disappointment as they very rarely play across the region, so it may be a long time before they’re back to blow your minds.