After the glowing reviews and international airplay for ‘Nervous’ it’s time to introduce you to the opener of Allusondrugs’ eponymous EP. ‘I’m Your Man’ could be considered to be the most commercial and quick fire of the EP’s tracks, showcasing a more accessible side to the band’s brand of grunge rock.

Allusondrugs formed in 2012 in West Yorkshire when Jason Moules (Vocals), Drey Pavlovic (Guitar), Damo Hughes (Guitar/Vocals/Effects), Jemal Malki (Bass) and Connor Fisher-Atack (Drums) came together after meeting on the Leeds music scene. Influenced by Nirvana, Deftones, My Bloody Valentine and Sonic Youth and known for their blisteringly intense guitar rock sound, the band have attracted national press attention and a huge following of fans who are drawn to their captivating live performances.

The Allusondrugs EP was recorded and produced in one week at Greenmount Studios in Armley, Leeds. The record was tracked live to analogue tape as band members performed together in one room. Although additional overdubs and vocals were added complete the tracks, the core of the recording was done live in an attempt to capture the band’s energy on record.

LINKS:
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http://twitter.com/Allusondrugs

TOUR DATES:
AUGUST
1st August = The Puzzle Hall, Sowerby Bridge
2nd August = Temple of Boom, Leeds
7th August = Bar Bloc, Glasgow
14th August = Wharf Chambers, Leeds

SEPTEMBER
11th September = The 13th Note, Glasgow
12th September = Downstairs, Aberdeen
13th September = Pickett, Liverpool
14th September = Think Tank, Newcastle
15th September = Static Bar, Swansea
16th September = Red Rooms, Nottingham
17th September = The Garage (upstairs), London
18th September = Sticky Mikes, Brighton
19th September = The Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
20th September = Huddlefest, Huddersfield
21st September = Boiler Room, Guildford
22nd September = Joiners, Southampton

 

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