Beach Riot may be your next favourite scuzzy rock band. The four-piece consist of Rory O’Connor (guitar/vocals), Cami Menditeguy (guitar/vocals), Jimmi Suza (bass/vocals) and Jonny Ross (drums). Based in Brighton and London the band bonded over a mutual love for Demob Happy and a desire to make music that "people can lose their shit to".
The quartet’s DIY sound is all about hooky noise fests attending to a current underground scene that is brimming with fuzzy grunge. Their new single ‘Mr. Fixer’ styles mutual influences from the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, Nirvana, Cable, Sleater-Kinney and Pavement, Beach Riot are ready to bring live music back to how it should be - moshy, sing-along affairs of tracks motivated to making you move. Combining dual female-male vocal flair, ‘Mr. Fixer’ is flashing with quality and we’re more than excited for this premiere exclusive on 1883.
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