The Gaslight Anthem - The Blue Collar Boys Are Back
One of the many bands to grow out of the vibrant East Coast
punk scene, this New Jersey four-piece have spent the best part of a decade wowing crowds the world over with their unique
sound. Blending seamlessly the riffs of classic FM rock with a good helping of punk-inspired attitude, they're back on the
road once more in support of their latest release, Get Hurt.
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The Gaslight Anthem Biography - Bringing The '59 Sound
by the enigmatic Brian Fallon, the group are one of many to emerge from the fertile tri-state music scene of the north-eastern
US. Forming in 2005 and shifting their line-up regularly during their formative years, they eventually settled on the combination
of musicians Benny Horowitz, Alex Levine and Alex Rosamilia. Making their name on the live circuit locally, they first came
to national attention with the release of their debut album, 2007's Sink or Swim, which although raw in sound, proved
that they had what it took to craft high energy, heartfelt songs.
The following year's sophomore effort, The '59
Sound, served as the springboard that propelled them firmly onto the international stage. Picking up a slew of festival
slots across the globe in the follow years, including a memorable Glastonbury set with fellow New Jerseyan Bruce Springsteen,
the boys began refining their sound before releasing American Slang in 2010. Garnering huge praise from critics and
fans on both sides of the Atlantic, the album spawned hits such as 'The Diamond Church Street Choir', which Rolling Stone
rate as one of the top 50 tracks of 2010. Fans the world over are now clamouring for tickets to hear hits from their new album,
Get Hurt, live. Don't miss their upcoming UK appearances - buy The Gaslight Anthem tickets on StubHub UK today.
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