THE CRUNCH-PUNK SUPERGROUP-NEW VIDEO AND SHOW

  *** The Crunch unveil video for debut single ‘Down By The Border’, out June 3rd on 7” vinyl via Legal Records ***

 
Sulo – vocals     Mick Geggus – guitar     Dave Tregunna  – bass     Terry Chimes – drums
 
All-star power-pop rockers The Crunch have posted a promo video for upcoming debut single ‘Down By The Border’.  Shot at London’s Berry Street studios, where the band are currently hard at work on their first album, the no-frills performance clip captures the raw musical chemistry and shared passion for rock ‘n’ roll which has united these four iconic rock and punk talents as The Crunch.  Watch it at; http://youtu.be/RssK5Mzr2T8.
 
The band’s legendary line-up is led is Sulo Karlsson, the honey-n-gravel voice of Swedish blues-rockers Diamond Dogs.  On bass is punk rock prime mover, noted for his part in Sham 69 and Lords of the New Church, Dave Tregunna, and on guitar Mick Geggus – whose crucial role in creating the Oi sound with the Cockney Rejects was recently documented in acclaimed biopic ‘East End Babylon’.  Completing the quartet is original Clash drummer Terry Chimes, whose equally notable later work includes stints with Black Sabbath and Hanoi Rocks. 
 
The Crunch’s collective past credits are undeniably impressive, but even more inspiring is the music they’ve begun creating since joining forces.  ‘Down By The Border’ offers a first taste when it’s released on June 3rd via Legal Records, and music fans can hear more tracks from October’s album – plus some classics from the members’ back catalogues – two days later, when The Crunch makes their UK live debut at London’s Relentless Garage.  Date for the diary is;
Weds 5th June – LONDON, Upstairs at The Garage (supported by Eastern Promises)
Doors 7pm.  Tickets £15 adv. at
http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/the-crunch-tickets/60755
 

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