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Nerdy Punk Rock threesome from Dover
Formed in early 2016, Melisandre's Beaver are a 3 piece punk band from Kent. We think punk and pop-punk has forgotten it's sense of fun, so we're here to fix that.....although there might be the odd song about that dick of an ex in there too.
Named after a lengthy 'you had to be there at the time' joke from our mate Tom, Melisandre's Beaver have recently released our debut EP "No Offence Meant, Plenty Taken".
Check out our debut EP on Spotify:
Or be a champ and buy it off bandcamp:
We are currently recording our debut album, to be self released in 2018. And it's gonna be fucking great.
But don't just take our word for it, have a look at what some other people said:
"No offence meant, plenty taken‘ will delight you, thrill you and will definitely not leave you wanting. It’s an understated record, competent and tasteful but with enough personality to mark the band out as something really very special" - MedwayJellyfish.co.uk
"[That Girl] I love this no thrills, straight to the point punk rock"
"[Get Gary Out] Here we have another melodic pop punk song that will get itself lodged in your head.......I have no idea what's going on but I enjoyed the song anyway"
"[Never be that Cool] ...really relatable lyrics....it had me smiling and nodding my head throughout" - Colin's Punk Rock World.
"Yeah you're alright" - Megan, from Dover (the most edgy and altenative person we know).
"What you get here is a very accomplished release by a band who seem to enjoy what theyre doing. A decent and fun listen" Lights Go Out Zine. Lightsgoout.co.uk
"I love this band and hope to hear more from them very soon. For the record, Melisandre’s Beaver is just that cool!" - itsEZBreezy.com
“They love a good gimmick I'll give them that, the way they played through the fire alarm of their own making showed true commitment” - Chaniqua, from Canterbury
“I have never seen such a flagrant disregard for copyright in my life. I hope Game of Thrones sue the shit out of them” - Dave, from Ashford