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up-beat lof-fi indie guitar 'n dreamy fuzz from south-west London.
mates since secondary school.
making some catchy tunes for your ears.
nothing too serious.
harry alex connor zac jordan
We are an alternative rock band of four friends from Epsom, Surrey, UK who gig around the Surrey, London area.
Bunch of brehs from Kingston Upon Thames playing radical tunes.
Scoundrel was founded through a mutual love of gnarly music, skateboarding and sheds, among other factors. Greatly inspired by the music of Gnarwolves, Enter Shikari and Rage Against The Machine, Scoundrel intended to make music to contrast the charts and to make a difference, to write music that is considered important to people, but at the same time, to have a strong live show with as much movement as possible. The ultimate goal is to tour and show people a great time, and to put in all possible effort, emotion and strength into every song and every live show.
OMGURSO2003.BLOGSPOT.CO.UK / / MOST RECENT REVIEW OF SCOUNDREL / / AT THE FIGHTING COCKS 23/12/14 / /
''Scoundrel put an untouchable climax to the show. Strenuously taking the stage in their hometown of Kingston, the boys energized the crowd with their meaty riffs from guitarist Keeno and heavy bass lines from Peter Skert. You could see the anticipation in the crowd as they entered; the look of the fangirls in their band shirts, the "oi shutup they're coming on" all put to an end when front man Lloyd Macdonald stood at the front of the stage and directed the audience into circle pits, moshing and parting wall of deaths in his dressing gown and 5 panel cap almost resembling Moses parting the red sea.
Scoundrel get a 10/10 for stage presence, nothing fazed the band. Even when the bassist needed to stop to retune Lloyd without a moment of hesitation pulled up crowd members to rap freestyle with the band whilst they sorted the technical error. And of course the "banta" a clear bond between the members as they interacted with each other and with the crowd.
"Put your hand up if you wear Thrasher but don't skate."
As if their post hardcore/ thrash infused sound wasn't beefy enough for you songs like 'Blind' have the same political outrage as personal favs Enter Shikari (of which Drummer Harry Parsons repped their band shirt beautifully.) The bands name couldn't represent their sound and style any better.
Scoundrel are definitely one to keep an eye out for and you'll be missing out if you don't seize all their cheap as chips shows while they're still underground.''
WE JUST WANNA PLAY SOME SHOWS AND SKATE SOME BOWLZ MELLOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNKIIIIIIINGGGGGGGGGGGG