“Strange Bones hail from Blackpool and consist of brothers Bob and Will Bentham as well as childhood friend Stuart Newburn. Though they're all still young men, they've been gigging for some time, racking up an impressive 600 already with this band and their previous bands” - HMV
“The Blackpool trio's feral live show feeds distorted blues riffs through a mangler, a distorted mesh of sound that recalls everything from The Cramps to those early Arctic Monkeys demos.” - Clash
Catch them when they head out on tour in Autumn and play The Flapper at Birmingham, Clwb Ifor Bach at Cardiff, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar at Brighton, Waterfront Studio in Norwich and Stoke’s The Sugarmill during October 2017.
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“We’ve been playing as a band for just over 10 years I guess, since I was 11. Will and I are brothers and our parents surrounded us with punk rock and all things loud from a very young age. We met Spud on the skatepark when we were little nippers and I suppose years of jamming and just short of 1000 shows has left us with Strange Bones, which we birthed about a year ago.” - Bob Bentham
The band have been benefitted from prominent airplay on such major stations as Kerrang! Radio and BBC Radio 1 who were eager to treat their listeners to debut single, Sick Of It All (SOIA), which was mixed by Dan Lancaster (Bring Me The Horizon, Mallory Knox, Don Broco).
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