Kids On Bridges are quickly becoming the reigning kings of indie-alt-funk. They are to me, anyway. Their new track and video titled ‘Weapon Of Choice’ is a rowdy beat leveled free for all with that deep thump n’ thud of rhythm frosted with pristine and clean guitars with truth-slaying lyrics and to-the-point attitude. These are the types of tracks I like the best. Mayhem with a message. Beneath the slick production and backbeat lies a truth that must be adhered to. Our voices are weapons that the powers that be are the most afraid of.

About Kids On Bridges
Fresh from a support slot with Grammy Award Winner Beck and shows with The Hot 8 Brass Band, Soulwax, and Calvin Harris, the Liverpool trio are just about to complete album 3.

The bands versatility has seen them described as somewhere between Phoenix, Foster the People & Mutemath with a hint of Daft Punk & Depeche Mode thrown in, and this has seen radio support from BBC 6 music, X Radio, and Radio 2 and two hype machine number 1 Kids on Bridges are currently heading back over to America where they are going to finish work on a brand new album and have drafted in Eagles of Death Metal bass player Jennie Vee to join them on a number of tracks, along with New Orleans poet Chuck Perkins. Having previously worked with The Chemical Brothers producer Steve Dub, the new album promises to be a sonic assault! Recently The Band has been on remixing duties for Grammy Nominee Ledisi and Beating Nile Rodgers to the remix of calling all nations for INXS’s Kick 30.

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Although the guys are certainly no strangers to having great guest performances on their releases, the last single ‘Say Ok’ featured New Orleans drumming legend Zigaboo Modeliste of the Meters. The band also found themselves nominated for best Alt video at the Paramount Awards in Hollywood for the single ‘Something in the Water’ a song that has recently been featured as the Footlocker advert and is set to also be featured in a new American TV show as the show’s Theme song.

The Bands Track ‘Walls’ was used in many Anti trump marches across America and they were also honored to be the UK representatives at last year’s Special Olympics in LA performing alongside Stevie Wonder.

With excellent performances at Creamfeilds, Wickerman, Bestival and Ibiza Rocks, the future couldn’t be looking brighter for the Liverpool Band.