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Dinosaur Pile Up – Birds and Planes

July 2, 2010 by  

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Dinosaur Pile Up – Birds and Planes

NAME: Dinosaur Pile Up
SINGLE: Birds and Planes
DATE: 26July2010

LABEL: Friends Vs Records


FIVE WORD REVIEW: Bright young Brit band excite

LOCATION: London, England

LINE UP: Matt Bigland (Vocals/Guitar), Harry Johns (Vocals/Guitar), Mike Shiels (Drums)

WHAT’S THE STORY?: Dinosaur Pile Up keep it simple on their debut single ‘Birds and Planes’ going for straight up rock n roll with a touch of swagger to it. Right from the first second ‘Birds..’ sucks you right with its youthful charge of driving guitars and soaring vocals from Matt Bigland. The nearest comparison on first listen is to ‘Breakout’ by the Foo Fighters, as it keeps its rock principles but also allows itself to be catchy and will definitely have you humming it in no time. The album isn’t due out until September, but Dinosaur Pile Up could be the Tyrannosaurus Rex of British Rock if they carry on like this.

SOUNDS LIKE: British version of the Foo Fighters

YOU’LL LIKE THIS IF: you’re a fan of Foo Fighters, up tempo Feeder and rock n roll in general.


Submitted By Pauldowney



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