Dirty Hands

Dirty Hands
“It Breaks My Heart”

FESTIVALS. Goddamn, we’re getting more and more excited with the steady and continuous influx of line up announcements, which of course prompts us to reach out to every contact we have ever made who may have the slightest connection to said festivals in order to gain entry for either gratis or as near enough as possible. We jest of course (sort of), but on a serious note we will be covering a number of the summer bashes this year, so that’s something for everyone to look forward to. This mentality we’re currently in being similar to a child waiting for Father Christmas to drop in with expensive shit you could never hope to afford on your own dollar requires an equally excitable band with frantically hard-rocking summer anthems to back them up. Step up, Dirty Hands. Current, strong songs and pretty under the radar (although not for very long we would imagine), the band draw their musical influences from The Strokes, James Dean, Glasvegas and The Ramones – this little number below will have The Vaccines watching their asses. A string of strong London dates have been announced; with the guys having touched down at Notting Hill Arts Club and Old Blue last so far this month, the remainder and subsequent months will see them bringing their 50’s-style punk’n’roll to The Enterprise (25th March), 93 Feet East (26th March), Silver Bullet (28th April) and Camden Barfly (6th May). Get involved.

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