After playing in bands in their local scene -- and briefly as the beach-themed punk outfit Hit the Beach -- Bangers started proper when lead singer/guitarist Roo Pescod moved back to Cornwall and hooked back up with bassist Andrew Horne and drummer Hamish Adams. Ditching the beach theme, the trio set about writing songs that drew influence from the likes of the Lawrence Arms, Jawbreaker, and Fifth Hour Hero. The group's first release came in the form of a split single with touring buddies Ssssnakes, limited to just 50 copies on CD-R. The 2009 disc paved the way for the band's split LP with Break the Habit that same year. After touring throughout Europe and the U.K., and supporting the likes of Bridge & Tunnel and Lemuria, the band signed to Specialist Subject Records, who released the compilation Dude Trips -- which featured tracks ...
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