Fresh new rock sound from Sneaky Nixons

The Sneaky Nixons released huge rock hit ‘Schadenfreude’ on the 8th of August 2016.

Listen to the new single HERE: https://soundcloud.com/the-sneaky-nixons

The Liverpool based and appropriately named ‘Sneaky Nixons’ champion a sound that is cheeky, punky and rough around the edges. That being said their production quality is absolutely impeccable.

The band describes themselves as an angry, semi political, semi religious, part feminist, sloppy activist group who play riouts, steam train guitar music. The have declared war on electronic dance music, guns and non believers of their rock-n-roll escapade. Flashy, Blase and with a startling superiority complex the band have no time for humdrum normality, preferring the out of control, dangerous and volatile and fast paced lifestyle of living in a brutal riotous and rock-n-roll fashion.

Similar to the infamous Rolling Stones, Blur, Oasis and Elvis Presley the band arent short of musical influences to be the next huge rock sensation. Having already toured Berlin, Amsterdam, Hamburg and Rotterdam the band are beginning to leave their mark globally.

Though the band use fairly little equipment they use intelligence, control and arrangement to created and incredible live performance. Uniquely using slide guitar, a megaphone, whammy bar and of course lighter fluid to set their guitars on fire!

Links:

Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/the-sneaky-nixons

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TheSneakyNixons/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/sneakynixons

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