On the launch day of Tracey Emin's new exhibition, Margate's rock and roll foursome make a rare home-town appearance.
'Timeless pop played by a group of unwavering, romantic, rock and roll obsessives'.
Debut album, Two Wounded Birds out 1 June After a clutch of critically acclaimed singles & EPs, winning fans such as Debbie Harry & Brian Wilson, and playing shows with the likes of Glasvegas, The Black Lips, Grouplove and The Drums they return with what their label owned Jacob Graham describes as 'a palpable emotion proving that the rebel does have a heart after all and perhaps feels even more deeply than the rest of us.'
'It's easy to see why these rising stars caught the ears of such legends as Brian Wilson and Debbie Harry.' Graham continues, 'Their songs capture the American spirit with clear allegiances to the Beach Boys, the Ramones and Elvis - all while still acknowledging the band's British roots. You won't hear any Elton John-style American accents here; instead, Johnny Danger's sound recalls the velvety tones of Colin Blunstone in his Zombies heyday - a voice with true character. In an age in which the shroud of "pop" can describe any poorly constructed jingle that comes along, it's nice to see the dust settle and discover the genuine article... Here you will find proof that sincere pop songs are truly timeless.'