The Motherload

The Motherload

 Bristol, England, GBR

Punchy, thumping indie/pop bangers from a supertight rocking three-piece


The Motherload: anti-scene indie rockers. Never compromising musical substance in their quest to create honest, energetic and melodic songs. Lyrical content to get your teeth into and grooves to get you shaking across the dancefloor. Bursting with energy live, the band have been stunning unsuspecting crowds across the country for the last year.

The Motherload are Andy, Rob and Piers, three young musicians who have been playing music together in various forms for the best part of a decade and have racked up hundreds of gigs, supporting Arctic Monkeys and playing such venues as the Bristol O2 Academy and the old London Astoria. Their music has been used in the “Dirty Sanchez” feature film and can be heard by the 10,000 plus daily visitors to a major clothing website, as well as hoards of shoppers in their home town where they have promotional contracts with a number of independent stores, pumping the familiar tunes from their shops and spilling out onto the sunny streets of Bristol.

The Motherload are an exciting and truly rare hidden gem in the UK


'I Think You Should Know' September 2010