Having recently signed a worldwide deal with the label as part of the Eleven Seven Music Label Group, earlier today the three-piece performed a very special showcase in London to mark the release before they join the eccentric Electric Six for a show at Nambucca tonight.
Speaking about the EP, vocalist Anastasia “Stars” Walker reveals,"This is a biggy, isn’t it? I mean, this EP includes songs that myself and Ross wrote when we were pretty much just kids, writing down lyrics at 3am whilst not catching up on enough sleep for school the next day, to songs we wrote in the land of Hollywood just round the corner from Sunset Boulevard in the Spring of 2018.
This EP represents a journey of hard work, passion, uncompromising belief and a hell of a lot of fun. From myself and the boys, on listening to the EP, enjoy, laugh, cry and love, we know we did. Here’s to the future and WELCOME to the BBRMY".
The EP opens with the title-track and recent breakthrough single ‘Shame On You’, which has already amassed close to 150,000 YouTube views for the video and has been played at Radio X, 6 Music, MTV Rocks and more.
Also featuring is the uplifting ‘Cemetery’ followed by the show-stopping ‘Adore Me’, which soars to a grand performance with Stars’ vocal finesse taking centre stage, perfectly wrapped in euphoric guitar lines and solid drums. The empowering ‘Bag Of Bones’ reflects on recognising self-worth while EP closer ‘Chemical’ echoes the band’s larger-than-life quality and ability to transpire emotion to their listeners.
Bang Bang Romeo have spent the summer playing festivals, shows and Pride events up and down the country, impressing crowds with their stunning live performances and theatrical indie pop-rock.
Fronted by the extraordinary vocal powerhouse Stars - who is a charismatic performer in the lineage of Stevie Nicks, Adele, Beth Ditto and Florence Welch - and backed up by Ross Cameron (guitars) and Richard Gartland (drums), the Doncaster outfit were personally invited by legendary promoter John Giddings to open the Main Stage for the Isle of Wight 50th Anniversary and played to the biggest opening crowd the festival has ever had. Giddings called their performance“legendary”and dubbed them the“best new act anywhere in the World”.
They also played at this year’s Tramlines festival, Kendall Calling and Vicar’s Picnic, and headlined stages at Truck Fest and Y-Not Festivals, as well as Leeds and Doncaster Pride, which the band are extremely proud to be a part of.
Over the weekend the band will also be appearing at Goat Festival, Victorious festival and are topping the City Hall Lawns stage at Cardiff Pride on Sunday.
Hotly tipped by the likes of The Independent, Metro, NME, Clash Magazine, Louder Than War and fronted by one of today’s most inspiring and unrivalled vocal talents, Bang Bang Romeo are amongst the hottest breaking bands on the scene and will be releasing their debut album later this year.
SHAME ON YOU EP TRACKLISTING
1. Shame On You
3. Adore Me
4. Bag Of Bones