Rock duo Bite the Buffalo are set to release their 3rd studio album ‘Bad Habits’, available on all major digital platforms from the 8th March.
Bad Habits is an album influenced by an amalgamation of life experiences. It is a collection of songs that are a way of expressing the imprints of a past life with a heavy emphasis on hindsight. Bite the Buffalo are a garage rock band with an edge that derives from their rich cultural background.
A band of brothers hailing originally from Scotland let us in to experience their journey of musical discovery which started in the heart of Zambia. Inspired by their uncles old record collection, the pair had a unique introduction to music .
2006 saw their return to the UK where music was thriving. They first took to band performances where they could showcase not only their passion for the art but also their homegrown, self taught take on rock and roll. It wasn’t until a few years later that they became a two piece outfit, focused on creating their own material.
In their career thus far, they have held the support slot for many major bands Fat White Family, Happy Mondays, The Growlers and Skindred to name a few. Bite the Buffalo also graced the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury 2013 which in turn drew the attention from Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant who invited the band to join him at a sold out Manchester Apollo gig.
The BBC support has continued into 2019 with their latest release ‘Get Back Up’ receiving radio play, described as:
“Zambia’s favourite purveyors of riffage” Richard Pitt BBC.
Despite its pending release, Bite the Buffalo have secured a number of media partnerships already, including the likes of Channel 4 Motorsports, Go Pro Highlight Reel, Formula 1 Highlights and Tattoo Fixers.
Bite the Buffalo are set to release Bad Habits on the 8th March 2019.
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