Brontosaurus Chorus
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Brontosaurus Chorus

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"How does it feel to be loved?"

"How can you not adore a group called Brontosaurus Chorus? T'Chorus have a host of instantly lovable songs - traces of B&S, Hidden Cameras, the runaway day-glo pop of Tullycraft, and the sense that here's a band that knows how to leave you smiling." - Ian Watson @ HDIF

"God is in the TV Zine"

"London's Brontosaurus Chorus are purveyors of Technicolor dream pop. They come off not unlike a less mental Los Campesinos jumping around with Arcade Fire's bubblegum pop playing cousins in a parallel universe..." - God is in the TV Zine


"Brontosaurus Chorus endear them[selves] to you with their versatility - adding violin, accordion and trumpet to the otherwise standard set up -and their nice sense of melody. Their slightly dishevelled ‘chameleon indiepop’ is strangely charming." - SoundsXP

"Kalico Queens Blogspot"

"Littered with summery nuances and pretty choruses Brontosaurus Chorus evidently take inspiration from bands like Belle and Sebastian, Elastica and (although musically they aren’t as macabre or deep) Joy Division. These are the type of people you’d invite to a party, get drunk and force to play an assortment of instruments just to make you smile..." - Kalico Queens Blogspot


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

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



“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.