New Bones
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New Bones

London, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

London, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
Band Rock Pop


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Take This Underground (Single) - To be released Summer 2011

Trust Us? BEWARE! (Album) - To be released Summer 2011



Unemployed for 3 weeks and I was a disgrace. I’ve been distant for too long, some far away land working for some man, he’s known as ‘the man’ to those better acquainted with the more liberal parts of North London, Hoxton dwellers, Camden pirates, Gandhi. Don’t get me wrong, the man was good to me but I’m tired.

So, how did I end up looking like this? Well, it was partly down to the fact I’d only had 8 hours sleep that weekend, partly down to the fact pay day is Tuesday and I just didn’t have the money to fix the boiler, but mainly down to the thickening beard that I’d been cultivating in preparation for our next video.

Low budget music videos… wow. As the band, the band of course being the major investor, you’re not only required to dance like an absolute tool at twice the track speed from seven in the morning till gone seven at night, key roles also include delivery man, roadie, tea boy, cleaner, negotiator and stripper. We’ll, I exaggerate slightly, we weren’t made to take my clothes off. However, I was required to mime the words and keep a straight face while a lady three times my age rubbed her hands up and down my inner thigh, occasionally flirting with territory that, had I reported her, she may have found herself on some sort of list somewhere.

Things are going well, there is no longer a need to shave. On top of that we’ve shifted every single physical copy of our first single and sold out the London launch party. Dom O’Riordan who has previously worked with the likes of Primal Scream, Lilly Allen and Kaiser Chiefs is back working with us on single number two.

New Bones hail from S/W London and play an eclectic blend of Indie Pop. Since 2008 we’ve supported the likes of The Wombats, Scouting for Girls, The Twang and Mr Hudson, toured the UK and parts of Europe. We’ve received critical acclaim from publications such as The Independent and Music Week.

I urge you to come to your own conclusions but I’m thinking Abba on speed with a pinch of small faces brought together by some dog deafening falsetto combined with cheeky Ray Davis nasal whimper.