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UK Hard Core Punks Release ‘If You Don’t Like Video Games…’ Video & Announce UK Tour Dates

Following a rapturous reception for their debut album ‘Some Things We Might Agree on…’ in 2013 and a whirlwind UK tour with label-mates Drones in January 2014, Gloucester hard core punk quartet Still Bust have premiered the video for their latest single ‘If You Don’t Like Video Games…’ with the FRONT magazine website.

The track is taken from the album ‘A Few Things We Might Agree On (A Few We Might Not)’ which is out now on Lockjaw Records. The band will also be heading out on more UK tour dates in March with German punks Starry (full dates below).

Taking influence from intense contemporaries like the now defunct Blakfish and the technical ferocity of The Dillinger Escape Plan, the album is a sledgehammer of a record that takes no prisoners in its head-down, full frontal assault on the senses and racked up rave reviews from Rock Sound, Kerrang, Punktastic and many more.

It might have taken them 10 years to make their first album, but the general consensus is that it was worth the wait, and in that time the band have clocked up an impressive list of bizarre accomplishments. They’ve covered an inebriated Asian in so much flour that a magazine saw fit to give them a prize, witnessed a dead trucker in a snow storm, destroyed a house, left a van in Germany and drunk homemade wine while setting fire to each other’s pubic hair in a Croatian bungalow.

Let’s hope the weather is a little better and there are no more dead truckers on the horizon as they hit the road on their UK tour dates in March.

A Few Things We Might Agree On (A Few Things We Might Not) is out now via Lockjaw Records – buy here.

March 2014 UK Tour Dates with Starry:

28/2 – 2 Pigs. Cheltenham (w/ Let’s Talk Daggers – Still Bust only)
2/3 – Sanctuary. Basingstoke
3/3 – Avondale House. Southampton
4/3 – White Rabbit. Plymouth
5/3 – Mozarts. Swansea
7/3 – Lounge. Blackburn
8/3 – Venue TBA. Worcester

Sam Piper – Drums | Matt Raybould – Bass | Matthew Stanley- Vocals/Guitar | Ed Hudson – Vocals/Guitar

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