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Now in to 2020 after a very busy 2019, we look forward to performing at more festivals this year, writing more material for a new album which we are planning to record at the end of this year, so watch out for that. But in the meantime for January we are busy getting the new songs finished and recorded for the New up and coming EP that is part 2 ot the SOTS Session EP's, and this record should be available at Record Store Day in April.
Also we are busy with rehearsals for the show at The Great British Alternative Festival end of February where we will be on Main Stage, Friday 28th February.
We would like to thank you all for your support and are looking forward to all the things we have in the pipeline for 2020!!
Been driving for just over 10 hours in the last 2 days with Vaccination on loop the whole time and it keeps sounding better and better! Looking forward to the next time I see you guys live which should be Gloucester in July - GD
New album ‘Vaccination’ has a superior modern production job, but the likes of ‘Make A Noise’, Idiot Kid, Fake News could of sprung straight from 1977. ‘Don’t worry (‘bout you and me) is a storming rocker while ‘Shit happens’ and ‘So We Stand’ have a Mod-ish 60’s edge. – SB (Vive Le Rock)
Plague UK are like a Sound Effects era Jam, Or Billy Bragg with balls fronting a Rock band. Poppy, Tuneful and catchy undercurrents amongst the waves of almighty full rock on and pogo anthems. Vaccination is a real shot in the arm, the perfect prescription. A righteous, noteous soundtrack and antidote to these trouble times. MN (nuzzprowlinwolf.blogspot.com)
Also available at other stores
Sounds Of The Suburbs Record Store - Ruislip Manor / Raven Retail - Beckenham / AAA Records - Isle Of Wight
Recorded at Powerhouse Studios, Byfleet, Surrey
Can be purchased digitally:
or on CD from Plastichead or from our shop
RED BUTTON from the EP 'Suck It Up'
Official Music Video
SO WE STAND from the album Vaccination
Official Music Video
LIVE @ Holroyd Arms, Guildford
Footage taken by Steve Whitehouse
LIVE @ 100 Club, London October 2019 Footage taken by Steve Whitehouse
A bit about us!
Plague UK a 4 piece band from South London, Edgy, Full on Power motivated monster of energy with hungry chords, lead splits and dynamic structures, Plague UK bring something unique to the table. Catchy melodic Punk Rock with a twist of 60's pop sensibility.
Marc Jefferies on lead guitar and vocals, Marc the vocalist and guitarist from the original 76 outfit The Plague, Joined up with Lee Morrell, who was mates with Marc for many years. Lee has been drumming in a variety of bands over the years and teamed up with Marc to recreate the vibe and feel of power and energy that was had back in the late 70’s,
They then met Simon Godfrey rhythm guitar / vocalist from a different project and felt that Simon would be a great addition to the band as Simon and Marc vocals sit really well with each other, and have different styles of guitar flow, which compliments each other. Then all there was left to make the band complete was a Bass player, of which was found with Martin Taylor, Martin was perfect for the outfit, great style, and great sound and his techniques suited this new sound, this new energy. Plague UK is now something to see for yourselves, so you can make up your own mind.
Vocals / Guitar
Bands: The Plague, Allegiance, Westway (with Eddie McDonald former Bass Player of The Alarm), Dead Skin Mask. Crosstown Lightnin (with legendary music journalist/broadcaster Charles Shaar Murray), Church Of Eon, Plague UK
Influences: Black Sabbath, SexPistols, Early Metallica, The Who
Vocals / Guitar
Bands: Armitage Shanks, Nuway Army, Church Of Eon, Plague UK
Influences: The Skids, Early Ultravox, Sex Pistols, The Jam, The Cure, Julian Cope, Japan and Gary Numan / Tubeway Army
Bands: Innocents Day, Ironic High Style, Mid Life Crisis, The Fanzines, Stone Heroes, Plague UK
Influences: The Ruts, Stranglers, SLF, The Damned, any Ska and Reggae.
Bands: Jet, G-Force, The Blinders,Tin Box Parade, One On One, Lucifer Star Machine, Chelsea, Church Of Eon, Plague UK
Influences: Sex Pistols, The Jam, Misfits, The Bones, Social Distortion.