‘EVERY BAD’ – One Of The Best Albums Of The Year By The Best Band In The World Called PORRIDGE RADIO…

Old and new albums to make your day…

13 March 2020

Band: PORRIDGE RADIO (Brighton, UK)


Released: 13 March 2020

NME wrote: “This is a bold, brilliant record… Porridge Radio nail some of music’s hardest
tricks – breathing fresh life into indie and making a record that can loosely be compared to other bands in fragments, but also feels entirely their own. ‘Every Bad’ is a breathtaking step
up from their bedroom-recorded 2016 debut, ‘Rice, Pasta And Other Fillers’. No wonder they
have declared themselves the “best band in the world”.
Full review here. Score: 5/5.

Turn Up The Volume says: The famous former British journalist Everett True (real name: Jeremy Andrew Thackray) who wrote for two legendary UK magazines, Melody Maker and NME and who played in various bands himself called Porridge Radio the best band in the world after seeing them play for only 40 seconds a couple of years ago. Knowing True I know he likes to exaggerate to make his point. So is Porridge Radio the best band in the world. Right now? You bet! Until the next best band of the world shows up. One of this year’s best albums? Absolutely. Definitely. Unquestionably. This quartet swings from amplified pop to post-punk and back, with ardent passion, anarchic and sweet, chaotic and intense, zealous and plainspoken with frontwoman and future indie star Dana Margolin as the driving force. She’s a phenomenon backed by a tremendous band and with an outstanding longplayer out now, claiming themselves now that they’re the best band in the world. Wanna know more? Read their recent NME interview with the group here.

Here’s the album

The singles/clips…







Yep, TUTV already saw the band, 2 years ago in Amsterdam, still insecure and nervous…

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