Having already played renowned and industry established festivals such as Reading, Glastonbury, Pukkelpop and Roskilde festivals, Baddies are no stranger to hard work and slogging it in the music scence. Commencing work on album number two, the boys from Southend have played to audiences across the globe, from small UK towns, to Australia and Japan.
Assisting in production of the record is a close friend of the band, producer Sean Genockey (Futureheads, Reuben, Manic Street Preachers, Starsailor) and Bronto has a distictly post-punk feel that is growning in mainstream popularity in our current ecelectic music climate where anything goes. Baddies debut album ‘Do The Job’ achieved success sheerly from the legwork and determination of the band, selling over 10,000 copies worldwide, and seeing the boys doing live sessions for Huw Stephens at BBC Radio1 and John Kennedy at XFM.
Check out the latest offering from Baddies with Bronto out on 30th Jan.
Be sure to catch Baddies on tour, get ‘em while they’re hot!
03 The Green Room, Welwyn Garden City
04 Aldershot, West End Centre
06 Southampton, Joiners
07 Leeds, Escobar
08 Manchester, Alter Ego
09 New Slang, Kingston
10 Southend, Chinnerys
05 London, Garage (Upstairs)
16 London, Koko (Club NME)
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