The Devil is dedicated to unearthing unknown, unheard, unseen, unheralded, unfamiliar or down right unbelievable bands old or new that have not yet hit the radars of the British public. If you are a new band or artist and would like to be considered for inclusion then please contact me via email or twitter.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Cherri Bomb

From: Glasgow, Scotland

Cherri Fosphate

Once upon a time the literacy challenged Cherri Fosphate sounded like a Scottish Razorlight (Rasberry Asbestos). All that indie mid table mediocrity is clearly behind them with the thrilling Wool and the awesome Passion. Now they sound like a Glaswegian Strokes, a Caledonian Libertines and maybe even a Celtic Kings of Leon all wrapped up in tartan and served with a side of haggis. This is the true sound of young Scotland. It won't be long before everyone is mainlining Cherri Fosphate. 

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