Brontosaurus Chorus

Brontosaurus Chorus


Brontosaurus Chorus are an 8 piece indie pop group that combine guitars, drums, bass and vocals with a three piece string section and a trumpet. We have been likened to The Cure, Belle and Sebastian and Sonic Youth.


“Like Los Campesinos jumping around with Arcade Fire's bubblegum pop playing
cousins in a parallel universe” God Is In The TV Zine.

Brontosaurus Chorus burst onto the Indie scene of their native London in December 2006, quickly
building a reputation for joyous, life-affirming live shows. Within a year, the band had doubled in
size from the original quartet to resemble some kind of pop octopus; eight different colourful
characters vying for your attention and yet moving as a unit. A BC live-show is seldom complete
without a guest or two plucked from another band in attendance, and the band have shared the
stage with an impressive roll-call of acts in their relatively short existence. It’s no surprise, then,
that Brontosaurus Chorus have built up a solid fanbase in London; real music-lovers, whose
support they have rewarded with a series of epic, sold-out gigs.

The band have also made a special effort to venture further afield, embarking on a series of well received
adventures around the UK. A natural affinity with the Summer festivals was confirmed
with several outdoor appearances in 2007, most notably including Ireland’s Electric Picnic, and a
recent sojourn to Berlin has left the band hungry for a return to Europe.

In October 2007, Brontosaurus Chorus released their first single on the PopArt label, a limited
edition pink 7” record split with Worcester clatterpop kids And What Will Be Left Of Them? The
single, well received to the extent that only a handful are still available, only really hinted at the
band's potential for crafting catchy, leftfield pop music. They are currently hard at work on a mini album,
to be released by PopArt in March 2009.


'The Myth of Love' Single, PopArt London, October 2007

'You've Created A Monster' Mini Album, PopArt London, March 2009

Set List

Typically 30-45 minutes, all original material.

Love is the Path to Self Destruction
David Bowie
Cat Song
The Myth of Love
Now We're Making Out
Cinnamon Taste