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Lurking in the depths of Kent, Brit Alt-Rockers Trash Heads mix heavy crashing guitars & drums with strong vocal hooks. Imagine Incubus, Foo Fighters and Royal Blood in an aural gang bang with Qotsa!

Original members AJ, Mark and Tony have been playing in bands together since school (the legendary Dartford Grammar School where Mick Jagger also went!), their passion for playing their own brand of exciting, 'alternative' rock music has led them to play dozens of shows around London and the South East, entertaining live audiences and promoting their own sound.

Formed in 2014 from the ashes of 'Southern Electrics', 'Jackscreation' and 'Klunk', the three school friends set about creating a new band that would both encapsulate their own influences and favourite bands, while taking those elements and forging something people would hook people in - the result was an album full to the brim with memorable vocal hooks, buzzing twin guitar melodies, dirty bass and driving rhythms.

Trash Heads write songs about the weirder things in life - preferring a more abstract lyrical approach and leaving things open to interpretation. The band believe this allows the listener and fan more scope to get what they want out of the band's music and lyrics. Failed relationships and the frustration of everyday modern life form a great deal of the songs' content - things most people can relate to in their own way!

Debut album 'Skyscraper Heartbreaker' was released in November 2015, to great local acclaim and supported local heroes 'Leogun' at Leo's Red Lion which was a huge sold-out show. The band continue to gather an impressive live reputation on the Kent live music circuit.

New EP 'Trash Heads Don't Dance' was released in September 2017 and shows the band adding yet more styles and influences to their sonic arsenal.

The band recently parted ways with original drummer Mike so he could spend more time with his young family, and have now joined forces with new man Martyn (ex-No Hope Astronaut) as they begin work on their second album, due in 2018.

Check them out at a venue near you from early 2018 and watch out for the second album, Summer 2018!





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