Nottingham punks on the perils of Debenhams
Nottingham-based band Taco Hell are happy to be releasing our debut EP, Breathe Deeply on the 27th of May, following the premiere of High 2:2 on Punknews. We recorded live with Phil Booth at JT Soar across the two days after our first show – creating an EP that consists of fleeting punk songs with indelible riffs and a scattering of emo thrown in too.
The band tell us: “We formed this year after some band experiences with fast food – that combined with our love of the UK DIY scene, led us to write 5 choppy songs about the perils of university and a lovely old lady named Audrey who works in the home department of Debenhams.”
The EP is available at our Bandcamp page and on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, etc, on Friday.
1. Joe Shocks the Band
2. High 2.2
5. Breathe Deeply
Joe Booker – Vocals / Guitar
Eleanor Parkinson – Bass / Vocals
Connor O’Donnell – Guitar
Max Qayyum – Drums
28/05 – Nottingham w/ The Cut Ups + Down & Outs
03/06 – Nottingham w/ T-Shirt Weather + Milk Crimes
12/08 – Nottingham w/ Happy Accidents
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