London-reggae punks, The Dub Righters, hit the road this March in support of their new record, True Sound Killaz, which is set for release on 9th March 2018 through Plasterer Records.
“We’re super excited to be hitting the road,” says vocalist Lawrence Harrington “It’s going to be ace to catch up with some old friends, and of course, make some new friends too, and most of all, share these new tunes to new audiences across the UK.”
True Sound Killaz features seven tracks of hybrid punk rock, reggae and dub that the band have become renowned for in the underground DIY scene in London. The new record follows on from 2015’s self-titled EP, continuing to draw influence from classic reggae, gravel-voiced punk rock and that traditional 2-tone sound.
Having formed in late 2013, the band settled on their line up following their first gig at The Birds Nest in Deptford. Shortly before doors opened, the band realised that their then-bassist wasn’t going to show, so instead of wasting a trip and disappointing the crowd, the band asked Ryan Conroy of Skub Zero, who was also playing that night, to jam on the bass. It all clicked into place and the line-up has remained the same since.
The band pride themselves on their stance on being supportive of punk rock positivity, anti-fascism, anti-sexism, anti-homophobia, animal rights and refugee rights.
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