Pirate Video Company
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Pirate Video Company

Brighton, England, United Kingdom | SELF

Brighton, England, United Kingdom | SELF
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"Pirate Video Company"

"PVC stack build-ups into breakdowns as highly-strung math guitars hit riff-walls and bass chords. This is spectacular, inventive punk rock." - BBC


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Pirate Video Company: The 8-track debut EP. 'He's Trendy' has had uncountable radio plays on BBC Radio Jersey.

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Pirate Video Company are a 4-piece alternative/punk band from Jersey Channel Islands. Formed in late 2007 as a 3 piece, PVC started out trying to replicate the sound of bands such as The Cribs and The Rakes, but as time went on they began playing heavier music, drawing primary influence from bands such as At The Drive-In, The Blood Brothers, Biffy Clyro and Foals.

Adam then joined in early 2010 introducing a whole new dimension to the band and further progressing our sound to what it has now become.

Seeking a broader horizon PVC moved away from Jersey to Brighton.

In June 2011 Pirate Video Company were invited to play the BBC Introducing Stage at the legendary Glastonbury Festival.

PVC are now based in various parts of Southern England and plan to gig across mainland UK.

"imagine if Arctic Monkeys had a baby with Refused, and then spent the first few years blowing smoke in its face and calling it names. Stupendous."
-Unsigned Album Reviews

"Energetic alternative rock & roll with a haunting gesture. Mischievous and persistent."
- Little Bear Promotions

"Math-Punk Oiks"
- Chris Bell, Club Kamikaze

"PVC stack build-ups into breakdowns as highly-strung math guitars hit riff-walls and bass chords. This is spectacular, inventive punk rock."
- BBC Introducing

"PVC Force minimal grooves into an open hardcore-punk blender, the effect is brutal"
- Sam Falle, BBC Introducing

"You are the only band I've ever seen who sound like Pantera"
- A confused elder