Avalanche Party

Avalanche Party were formed high in the wind swept, bracken laden heights of the North Yorkshire Moors by two brothers who spent their summers hunting with bows and arrows and camping by firelight, and their winters snowed into their isolated hill top home with nothing but the sounds of Bo Diddley, Link Wray, Wilko Johnson and Jimi Hendrix to keep them company. Guitars replaced the bows and arrows and the boys played their first gig at the age of 12. Music was in their blood. Avalanche Party is garage-punk hopped up on adrenaline and amphetamines. Their sound is intense and immediate, so new yet so familiar and brimming with an urgency that explodes off the stage.

Every note played through white knuckles, every word spat through gritted teeth. The beats blast like cannons while the guitars stampede like spooked stallions surging ever onward. The Pistols, The Clash, The Stooges, The Damned; They’re all there but twisted into a much leaner, much fiercer beast. This is punk at its most feral, garage at its most primal, this is rock’n’roll in its most fearsome form, with its teeth bared.

Avalanche Party tear away from the moors, raising venues all around the UK to the ground, signing management and publishing deals whilst sharing the stage with the likes of Happy Mondays, The Subways, Palma Violets, Vant, Public Enemy, The Temperance Movement, The Pretty Things, The Datsuns, The Amazing Snakeheads and Reverend & The Makers. As well as performances on the prestigious ‘BBC Introducing‘ stages at Reading & Leeds festivals in 2016.

With major record label interest being shown in the band, coupled with new recordings being released later in the year, the Avalanche Party juggernaut is gaining unstoppable momentum. This is Avalanche Party and nobody comes from where they come from.

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