Junkyard Choir

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Junkyard Choir
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Junkyard Choir
Background information
Origin Brighton, England
Genres Alternative Rock / Blues / Grunge
Years active 2014 - present
Labels None
Associated acts Dos Hermanos Locos
Do Me Bad Things
Captains of the Citadel
Website www.junkyardchoir.com
Members
  • Mark Woods
  • Tom Herbert
Past members
  • Derek "Del Boy" Williamson
  • Kevin Hiscox
  • Paul Connor

Junkyard Choir is a Brighton-based British rock band. The band’s sound has its origins in blues rock, garage rock, grunge and punk and has been described as "mean, merciless, hard rollin’ blues rock performed with hammering power and captivating intensity".[1]

Background[edit]

Though previous incarnations of the band have included a bass player, Junkyard Choir is currently a duo formed of Mark Woods (Vocals, Guitar) and Tom Herbert (Drums, Vocals). Woods and Herbert performed under the pseudonym ‘Dos Hermanos Locos’ during late 2013 and early 2014[2] – self-releasing two EPs [3] – before resurrecting the ‘Junkyard Choir’ band name in the summer of 2014.

Junkyard Choir's first single 'Get It On'[4] was released in March 2015[5] and was featured in the 20th issue of Classic Rock's 'The Blues Magazine' later that month.[6] Junkyard Choir's debut album 'Let Sleeping Dogs Lie' was self-released on 24 April 2015.[7]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Album details
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
  • Released: 24 April 2015
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: CD, digital download

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