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Brawlers Band

Brawlers
OriginLeeds, England
GenresPunk rock, Indie punk
2013–present
LabelsAlcopop! Records
Castrovalva, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Leftöver Crack
Members
  • Harry Johns
  • Anthony Wright
  • Pert
  • Matt Wright
Tom Knox

Brawlers are an indie - punk rock group based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.

History

Formation and debut EP

The band were formed in the summer of 2013 by Harry Johns and Anthony Wright following Johns departure from Dinosaur Pile-Up and the hiatus of Castrovalva, who teamed up with former Leftöver Crack drummer Tom Knox and We Were Frontiers guitarist Matt Wright. In early 2014 the band released their debut EP, I Am a Worthless Piece of Shit was released on Alcopop! Records.[1][2] Towards the end of 2014 Kerrang! magazine named Brawlers as one of the 20 hottest bands in the world.[3]

Romantic Errors of Our Youth

Tom Knox left the group in early 2015 and was replaced by Pert, formerly of Beretta Suicide. On 14 January 2015 Brawlers announced that their debut album would be called Romantic Errors of Our Youth and would be released on 6 April 2015 through Alcopop! Records followed by a co-headlineing tour with Max Raptor.[4][5][6] The band have since toured with Set if Off, Decade, Real Friends, Allusondrugs, Lower Than Atlantis, Mooseblood and As It Is. 2016 sees the band head to Australia for a tour with Luca Brasi.

Band members

Current

  • Anthony Wright - Bass
  • Pert - Drums
  • Matthew Wright - Guitar
  • Harry Johns - Vocals

Former

  • Tom Knox- Drums

Discography

Studio albums

EPs

Music Videos

  • Mothers & Fathers (2014)
  • Two Minutes (2014)
  • Annabel (2015)

References

  1. ^ Tipple, Ben. "BRAWLERS SIGN TO ALCOPOP! FOR DEBUT EP RELEASE". punktastic.com. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ Biddulph, Andy. "Features - BRAWLERS". rocksound.tv. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ Cayer, Emily. "20 HOTTEST BANDS IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW". kerrang.com. Retrieved 2016.
  4. ^ "BRAWLERS CONFIRM DEBUT ALBUM AND NEW LINE-UP". punktastic.com. Retrieved 2016.
  5. ^ Ackroyd, Stephen. "BRAWLERS ANNOUNCE DEBUT ALBUM". diymag.com. Retrieved 2016.
  6. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: BRAWLERS STREAM DEBUT RECORD, ROMANTIC ERRORS OF OUR YOUTH". kerrang.com. Retrieved 2016.

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