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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

For July we have 9 new shows - including some election specials from Gareth

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The Perils

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The Perils

In these troubled times of economic recession and downturn – like Batman and The Boy Wonder – this hi-octane Brighton 4 piece, known as The Perils, have come to our rescue and provided the perfect antidote. Their first feat of heroism comes in the shape of their debut single “Be Your Peril” to be released March 11th.

Already gaining the attention from the likes of BBC 6music’s Tom Robinson, the single creates the perfect platform for the band’s forthcoming album of hook laden rock: “Good People Do Bad Things”, out April 13th on Militant Entertainment.

Formed in 2007, they quickly grabbed the attention and respect of many, including punk legends Mick Jones of the Clash, who said “Give it a year and they’ll be bigger than us” and The Buzzcocks, who invited them to support them on tour. During the last twelve months alone, they have played high profile slots at Beachdown Festival, Brighton Live, Club NME and the Official Glastonbury LeftField Warm Up Show, additionally selling out shows at Brighton Komedia and Coalition. They were also the first unsigned band to play at a Rock Against Racism main show in 2008. There’s just no stopping these boy wonders!

In support of their forthcoming releases, The Perils plan to further uplift our spirits by touring the UK. They are already scheduled to play again at this year’s Beachdown Festival and will be taking in many Club NME dates along the way.

In 2009 The Perils, like any great superhero, are destined to live up to their already established reputation and save human kind from the pit of destruction.

Press Release by Covert PR



"Give it a year and you'll be bigger than me!"
Mick Jones of The Clash

"Our favourite Brighton band"
Club NME Brighton

"The best live drummer i've seen since John Bonham"
ex-MOJO Editor
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