“One of the best live bands I’ve ever seen.” Kelly Betts, BBC Introducing
“We’ll give the audience every bit of blood, sweat and energy we have. And then we’ll give some more.” So goes the mantra from the Charlie Indestructible camp.
And now, for a limited time only, aswell as their bodily fluids, CHARLIE INDESTRUCTIBLE have decided to give away, FOR FREE, their new album ‘This City Needs A Hero’!!
It’s out NOW so grab it for yourself and download it here http://charlieindestructible.bandcamp.com/
The album has been preceded by single ‘I’m The F***ing Guv’nor’ which has received serious air time on the XFM Rock Show and will be all over your TV screens soon. Check out the video below.
Detonated out of their home town of Luton, this fresh faced quintet blend the dramatic flair of early Funeral For A Friend with the soaring pop nouse of Young Guns and My Chemical Romance. For every foot stamping chorus there is a majestic riff… for every infectious groove there is a lifting melody. Like Jimmy Eat World mashed into Thrice, this is intelligent, passionate music.
Formed in 2009, the band have already made their mark on the increasingly bright and exciting UK scene, having headlined the BBC Introducing Stage at this year’s Love Luton Festival, played shows with Enter Shikari, We are The Ocean, Young Guns, Deaf Havana, Don Broco, My Passion (and more) and been the first band EVER to play live on a BBC Introducing show.
Having released their debut EP “My Sweet Revenge” in 2010 to widespread acclaim, they have built on these foundations to create debut album ‘This City Needs a Hero’.
Their reputation as a phenomenal live act is well deserved. Constantly pushing themselves to deliver a set that inflames as much as it seduces, the five guys are always looking to leave their audience breathless and shellshocked.
Catch the guy’s live at one of the following (more dates to follow shortly):
27th September – St Albans, The Horn,
4th October :- Royal Holloway Student Union, London
5th October :- The Flag, Watford
19th October – Castle Mayne, Basildon
27th October :- Earl Of Cornwall, Slough
‘killer song writing throughout…leaves you gagging for more.’ UBER ROCK
‘executed with such conviction and dramatic flair’ LEEDS MUSIC SCENE