First Look: Peter118 – Radio

Straight, to the point, with all killer and no filler. This is Peter118 in a nutshell. Stomping out a floor destroying mix of retro post punk slash blue collar anthem in under two minutes is never an easy feet yet Peter118 pulls it off with that rebellious swagger and supercharged determination meant for the coolest underground clubs.

About Peter118
Originally the solo project of Peter Field, formerly of Stoke-based Punk bands Senseless and Ambassadors of Shalom, Peter118 stormed onto the scene with the release ‘Make It Or Break It’ EP in 2014, when Field was joined by his wife Janine on bass and backing vocals, and friend Sam on drums to form fully fledged three-piece punk outfit.

2016’s ‘Need You More’ EP marked a pivotal point in Peter118’s career when they won the support of legendary KROQ DJ Rodney Bingenheimer in LA who championed the lead single. The accompanying music video was also playlisted by JUCEtv and BlankTV.

The band looks set to further their reach during 2017 with the band confirmed for festival appearances in the UK and the Rainbow Rock festival in Stockholm, Sweden.
New single ‘Radio’ is instantly infectious, a slice of taut Punk Pop that looks set to establish Peter118 as a force to be reckoned with.

“This ridiculously catchy track has been winning TV and radio play worldwide for good reason. That’s a big hook!”
Vive Le Rock Magazine

“It’s as catchy a piece of effervescent ear candy I’ve heard for years. It sounds like a hit. In fact, it’s a hit.”
Cross Rhythms Radio

Live Dates:
March 4th – Burslem Rocks Festival, Stoke-on-Trent
April 8th – Rainbow Rock Festival, Stockholm, Sweden
May 12th – Meltdown Festival, Newtown, Wales

LINKS:
http://peter118.com
http://facebook.com/peter118uk
http://twitter.com/peter118uk
http://instagram.com/peter118_uk

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