DANGERS OF LOVE
Release self-titled EP
Digitally out now on LP Cafe (Nervus)
and Still Unbeatable Records (Sonny Vincent)
London’s Dangers of Love released their self-titled debut EP across all streaming platforms.
“We are a band with a goal. That is to perform ‘Up The Junction’ with Jools on keys during his live TV show.”
Formed in September 2018, the London band have each tried to escape playing in bands, most notable Great Cynics and Apologies, I Have None. Try but may, their self-produced EP is released this Friday 26 April.
Recorded by drummer Joe Watson at Musicland Studios in Haggerston, London, these are the first six songs the band wrote.
Taking a nose-on approach to maximum punk rock ‘n’ roll tunes, the lyrics battle themes of OCD, never getting it right, and living in defiance of a world where intolerance is celebrated.
Listen to the courageous 6 track self titled release streaming in full below- Dangers of Love need to be on your radar.
Giles Bidder – guitar, vocals | Rob Sinclair – guitar, vocals
Matt Tinsley – bass | Joe Watson – drums