A band with members from Leighton Buzzard and Milton Keynes is to launch an album.
The Rusty G’s are playing at The Craufurd Arms on Friday May 6.
Having cut their teeth on the underground circuit with hundreds of shows around the UK supporting the likes of GUN, Vukovi, Steve Conte they have crafted a sound that enables their debut album to stand up and be counted.
The band were discovered by Planet Rock radio presenter Paul Anthony whilst supporting GUN last year, the band went on to enjoy UK wide praise, reviews and many spins of the recent singles Taking Over and Don’t Belong.
This debut full length release finds them in formidable form, with the likes of Crawl and Waiting blending the down-tuned riff attack of grunge with groove-led rock and the crushing intensity of grunge to produce a sound that references everyone from Nirvana to Rival Sons.
The debut album is called Low and is released on Monday May 9. The event starts ay 8pm. Anybody attending the event will be able to purchase an advanced copy of the album. Visit www.rustygs.co.uk for more on the band.