Officer Kicks
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Officer Kicks

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"Asortment of press quotes"

"Mighty Fine"
Q Magazine-track of the day

"Super spiky rock'n'roll with plenty of attitude... The name should be a lot more familiar by the end of the year"
Sunday Express Newspaper.

"Real rockers on the verge of big things... They deliver every song with the panache of a George Best hat trick... This band could be massive"
South London Press.

"Fists in the air, sing at the top of your voices music that will see them become a sure fire chart hit."
Smash Music

"Muscular, catchy and addictive alterno-rock"
Time Out Magazine

"Infuriatingly catchy songs"
Independent On Sunday

"Incredibly infectious and uplifting. a classic rock'n'roll show"

“Ones to watch...”
The Fly

"If there was ever a band to keep an eye on. . . its Officer Kicks".
"They had the whole venue banging - 1010"

"The rock'n'roll equivalent of a dirty shag, they came, they floored, they conquered."
God Is In The TV

“Suicidally cool performers”

"One of the best live bands i have ever seen"
Dave Berry Xfm Radio/Channel 4 TV


"Hook-laden rock and roll"

"Not ones to shy away from a big chorus, Officer Kicks deliver in the 'songs you want to hear again' stakes, launching their silo of no-nonsense killer tunes in a twelve-track"

Clash Magazine

"Like a hybrid of Franz Ferdinand (just listen to Dog Day Rush) and The Knack, with a satisfying sprinkling of The Kinks thrown in for good measure".

"This could be the album of 2008, certainly one of the few albums that have been released this year which are worth buying"

Rock City"

"Hook-laden rock and roll (with nods to the Stones) which is all killer bass-lines and bawdy intent."

Crack Magazine

"They are Britain's very own Kings Of Leon."

"A fantastic album, 9/10"

The Mag

"Thrashing guitars, driving bass lines and some great tunes" - Album Of The Week

"packed with punchy, fast-paced songs echoing classic American rock'n'roll, with throaty vocals and just enough feedback to give it a dirty, brazen feel"

High Voltage

"Dirty Sally is a feisty, ephedrine pumped Black Rebel Motorcycle Club rock anthem with swirling riffs and expeditious, grinding vocals"

Clash Magazine

“Top class songs”

"An unpolished gem"


“Pictures of me is an incredibly infectious tune”

Room 13

"Potent, energetic and catchy as feck... ....those guitars and hooks couldn't fail to impress - one's to watch"

Subba Cultcha - OFFICER KICKS


All songs on Spotify. New LP called Citywide Curfew. XFM have eve playlisted both singles from LP.



The band raised the money to make their debut LP at Oasis’s private studio (Kasabian, The Coral & Paul Weller are amongst the only other Noel Gallagher approved acts to record there).In 2008 ‘The Six Grand Plot’introduced Officer Kicks. “No-nonsense killer tunes in a twelve-track bombardment” (Clash magazine). It’s punchy, hook filled guitar anthems earned great reviews, much appreciated support from high profile musical peers, fantastic supports,
festival slots, in-stores, radio, TV play and the seeds of an international fan base.The album also got them a deal with We Make Things Records so that they could make a follow up. This was recorded at Soho’s Dean Street studios with producer Alexander Wolfe. The remit was to blow everyone out of the water. Officer Kicks fuelled ambitious, passion into a 21st century soundtrack and they may well have succeeded with this vanguard of new century classic rock.At the end of 2009, Citywide Curfew started a buzz with the release of The Kraken as the first taster. Although under the radar, Officer Kicks started to get noticed from live reviews on the Juliette Lewis tour - “Ms Lewis should be proud to have such support” (London Tour Dates) and great feedback (including BBC radio play from Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson).Along with the second single, Automatic, The Kraken got Officer Kicks music onto Soccer AM TV. The tongue in cheek video for Automatic was an exclusive on Artrocker and music from Citywide Curfew not only features regularly on Sky Sports but is becoming a firm favourite on sports grounds and rock clubs alike. Their world cup rock was also featured on BBC TV a few times before the album was even released and Automatic has been getting play on Xfm and Total Rock Radio. Currently working on on new material and ideas, Officer Kicks have made some mighty live appearances already this year at venues like 93 Feet East, The Garage and The Scala. A classic live show not to miss. “Super spiky rock’n’roll with plenty of attitude” (Sunday Express)