2019 has been a massive year for York duo SNAKERATTLERS, who have now established themselves firmly in the UK underground music scene, racking up a hugely impressive 100 shows throughout the year. The new video for DO THE RATTLEROCK is testament to their constant touring and their insatiable work ethic. The track itself is about feeling like an outsider and struggling to fit in before ultimately realising that going your own way is paramount. This describes perfectly the ethos and the entire foundation of SNAKERATTLERS. Filmed across six different London shows throughout 2019, the duo has been captured at their intimidating and ferocious best by John Clay and Elliot Louie Afonso.
You can watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQP8hHf0j9s
To begin the new year SNAKERATTLERS have announced an exclusive three date Northern tour for January and February with Switzerland’s most renowned and celebrated garage punk band THE MONOFONES. These are the only confirmed UK live shows to date for THE MONOFONES in 2020. Details as follows:
Thu 30 MANCHESTER Peer Hat
Fri 31 YORK Fulford Arms
Sat 01 HUDDERSFIELD Northern Quarter
SNAKERATTLERS are signed to Dirty Water Records and are a cacophonous two-piece rock and roll trash band, Dan and Naomi, an enraged married couple forever hell-bent on ruining your evening. Blasting guitars, hammering drums and howled vocals; dark, mongrel outsider rock that has no limits and desecrates many genres.
They’ve spent much of 2019 on the road, reaching 100 live shows and making their debut at Rebellion Festival. They also launched their debut album, ALL HEADS WILL ROLL, one of the fastest selling records in the label’s history which has already seen a re-press due to demand.
Their live show is a hell-bound voyage of death rock, garage punk potency and fragments of the oldest, dustiest rockabilly. Their sound is acerbic, ruthless, erratic and uncompromising, and comes with an underlying message of the importance of always being yourself. The SNAKERATTLERS’ gargantuan, relentless and devastating live experience will refresh the belief of what a two-piece band can produce.