THE ST. PIERRE SNAKE INVASION - 200 - January 2013Just the one post tonight … but what a post!

THE ST. PIERRE SNAKE INVASION are a five musical mentalists from Bristol. They have been noising up the Bristol venues since 2011 with their wild stage shows, and having already released one EP (‘Flesh‘) they are about to burst onto the wider scene with the follow-up, ‘Everyone’s Entitled To My Opinion.’

Bass player Mark Fletcher says: “This E.P is our reply to to a stagnant genre of music. It’s a return to a time when guitar music didn’t just mean characterless jangly Advant garde or overly macho chest beating chugging. The title itself represents the fact that even when you put your heart and soul into music you’re still only voicing an opinion and as much as you’re entitled to your opinions everyone else is entitled to ignore them.”

You’ll be able to assess what THE ST. PIERRE SNAKE INVASION are all about from the following video for ‘Call The Coroner,‘ and having heard the other four tracks on the EP, I can confirm their sound is both abrasive and accessible and laced with sharp, witty lyrics.

It’s not terribly often that I agree with the views of BBC Introducing, but this time around I think they’ve got every right to be excited!

(‘Everyone’s Entitled To My Opinion’ is released on 30th April 2013)


About Cee Tee Jackson

I run three blogs: 1) (my author blog.) 2) (my business / dog walking blog) 3) (my music blog .. infrequent posts) Guess what? I'm a dog walking, wannabee author that loves music.
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