Today, England’s latest breakout band Bang Bang Romeo have launched with their brand new single ‘Shame On You’. Having just signed a global record deal with Eleven Seven Label Group, the female-fronted alt-rock trio are excited to share the next wave of music from their eagerly anticipated debut album, which is due for release this October via Five Seven Music.
With an electrifying chorus, ‘Shame On You’, continues to demonstrates a band on the rise. They explain, “’Shame On You’ is about two negative magnets constantly drawing themselves to one another. We know it's going to end in tears, waking up the morning after with a broken heart, but we're each other's doomed 'Ying and Yang', and that's just the way it is."
“Shame On You” follows Bang Bang Romeo’s previously released tracks ‘Chemical’ and ‘Natural Born Astronaut’, which earned them support across the pond from BBC Radio 1 and Britain’s Virgin Radio. The tracks have also received critical acclaim from publications such as NME, The Independent, The Sun, tmrw magazine, and have gained themselves a fan in Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi.
Fronted by powerhouse vocalist Anastasia “Stars” Walker and featuring Ross Cameron (guitar) and Richard Gartland (drums), Bang Bang Romeo are a propelling force for female-fronted bands in a male dominated industry, while providing a strong, open voice for the LGBT community.
The band has become a force to be reckoned with, opening for rock and alternative mainstays such as the Foo Fighters and The Killers, touring extensively throughout the UK and appearing on festivals such as Reading, TRNSMT, The Great Escape, Y-Not and Liverpool Sound City Festival.
Bang Bang Romeo’s buzz has also secured them a spot on the main stage at this year’s Isle of Wight Festival, where they were personally chosen to open the festival’s 50th Anniversary celebration ahead of headliner Kasabian.
Working with a host of chart-topping producers in New York and LA, Bang Bang Romeo are ready to prove they are one of the most exciting new artists on the scene in 2018. The band are currently putting the finishing touches on their debut album, due out this October.
UPCOMING FESTIVAL DATES
June 22 - Isle Of Wight Festival (main stage)
July 21 - Tramlines Festival (main stage)
July 25- 29 - Kendal Calling (2nd stage)
Aug 23 - Nambucca, London (supporting Electric Six)
Aug 26 - Victorious Festival (2nd stage)