Something Fierce

Something Fierce

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Punk rock with a brain.

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Biography

Something Fierce is a three-piece punk/pop band from Houston, Texas whose music combines the sound and attitude of first-wave 1977 punk with an energy and outlook that's thoroughly contemporary, updating the attack of the Clash and the Buzzcocks for the 21st century.

Something Fierce were founded in 2005 by guitarist and lead vocalist Steven Garcia (ex-Gun Crazy and Born Liars) and bassist and vocalist Niki Sevven (formerly with the Neckbreakers); the group went though several drummers before teaming up with Andrew Keith, who they recognized from his frequent presence at local shows and parties.

In 2006, Something Fierce recorded their debut album, Come for the Bastards, which they released themselves. The release was followed by frequent touring through the Southwest, with occasional road trips into the South and Midwest; they group also recorded a handful of 7" releases, including a split single with the Hangouts. In 2008, Something Fierce released their second full-length album, There Are No Answers; while the first pressing of the album was distributed by the band itself, the Portland, Oregon-based punk label Dirtnap Records liked the disc and reissued it after signing the band in 2009.

The band continued to tour extensively and released a 7" on Action Town Records in 2010 before recording their third album, Don't Be So Cruel, in 2011. The third album found Something Fierce's sound evolving in a more sophisticated, pop-influenced direction without losing sight of their punk roots. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Discography

Split 10" (2012) (Dirtnap Records)
Don't Be So Cruel LP/CD (2011) (Dirtnap Records)
Where You Goin Man 7" (2010) (Action Town)
There Are No Answers LP (2009) (Dirtnap Records)
There Are No Answers CD (2008) (S/R)
Modern Girl EP 7" (2008) (Bitchin Riffage)
Teenage Ruins SPLIT 7" (2007) (Manic Attack)
Come For The Bastards CD (2006) (S/R)

Set List

The set changes with every show. A set can be sent by request. They usually range from 35-45 minutes.