“Bristol won’t be able to hold onto these lads for long” – 247 Magazine
Described as “heartfelt, shambolic, ludicrous pop” by their producer Bruno Ellingham (Massive Attack, The Maccabees, New Order), Bristol five-piece Goan Dogs have built a notably fervent fanbase in one of the musical goldmines of England and are now ready to take their next step towards national prominence.
It’s a combination that’s seen them perform at a number of the more respected festivals already this year including Samphire, Boondocks and Fieldview and they have just announced two headline shows (dates below). Goan Dogs are one of those rare finds – a joyously talented, creative group of musicians that revel in technical ability as well as glorious melodic experimentation. It won’t be long before they’re not only Bristol’s favourite sons, but taking their rightful place amongst the brightest of the country’s new acts.
12th Oct – St. Pancras Old Church, London
14th Oct – St. Thomas the Martyr Church, Bristol