Listen to music from Bromheads Jacket like Fight Music For The Fight, Poppy Bird & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bromheads Jacket. Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom (2006 – 2008). Bromheads Jacket (formed in 2005) were a three-piece garage rock group from Sheffield, UK consisting of Tim Hampton on vocals and guitar, Dan Potter on drums, and Jono West on bass. They released seven singles and two albums on the independent Marquis Cha Cha label as well as a split 7" with The Streets doing their punked out version of "When You Wasn't Famous".
Bromheads Jacket added 6 new photos to the album Some old photos from Phil Swift ww. ebelimage. 18 July 2012 ·. One of our favourite photographers has sent on some old photos, can anyone spot themselves in the crowd shots? Some old photos from Phil Swift ww.
Bromheads (formerly Bromheads Jacket) are a two-piece British garage rock band originating from Sheffield, England. Bromheads formed in Sheffield in 2005, following the split of a band called Fixated. Although often compared to other Sheffield bands who found fame around the same time, such as Arctic Monkeys and Milburn, the band has a somewhat heavier style. Their style also differs due to singer Tim Hampton's southern England accent (he was raised in Yateley, Hampshire).
Bromheads was formed in Sheffield in 2005, from the ashes of a band called Fixated. Their first album, Dits from the Commuter Belt, was released on 13 November 2006, and was followed by a tour of over 30 gigs around the UK supported by the Middlesbrough group The Oxfam Glamour Models. In 2006, the band recorded a cover of The Streets' single "When You Wasn't Famous", which was released on the b-side of the song's 7" (with Skinner reportedly being a big fan of Bromheads, in particular of Hampton's lyrical style and ability). The single reached number 8 in the UK charts.
6 Music celebrates Sheffield with live music from bands with origins in the city. Chris Hawkins presents Saxon recorded at the Reading Festival in 1986, plus BBC sessions from the Comsat Angels and Bromheads Jacket. A World Away (Radio 1 Session, 14 Aug 1983). Magic Number (6 Music Session, 18 Aug 2010). Fan Of The Vagrants (6 Music Session, 18 Aug 2010). Friends (6 Music Session, 18 Aug 2010). Members Of The Public.
Formed in 2004, Bromheads Jacket consists of singer, songwriter, and guitarist Tim Hampton, bassist Jono West, and drummer Dan Potter. Signed to the indie label Marquis Cha Cha, Bromheads Jacket debuted in late 2005 with the single "Woolley Bridge," followed quickly by "What Ifs and Maybes" and the tightly wound Britpop of "Trip to the Golden Arches.
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