The Bulletproof Bomb

EXPLOSIVE and energetic, a jacked up fivesome, The Bulletproof Bomb, offer a zest of punk over their punchy sound.

The London quintet have been receiving a lot attention for their high octane track-listing, having recently supporting The Vaccines and Music Manual favourites, Catfish and the Bottlemen.

Fitting somewhere in between Jamie T and The Maccabees, they produce frantic chords and quick tongued, chaotic vocals. Their debut single, Suitcase, proving this.

Other tracks such as, 5 Green Bottles are more experimental, having a smooth hint of reggae / ska in its approach, if not for its slowing pulse then for its playful feel.

Latest single, Siege continues with a slightly different vibe, getting more deeply aggressive, having a real feel of early an Jamie T. Choppy guitars and a soaring chorus; a great track with real drive, no doubt it will be a treat live, comes as no surprise that Siege's premier on Radio 1 courtesy of Huw Stephens received amazing feedback,



Be sure to check out their tour dates below.


Words Freddie Wells


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