Subterranean Street Society is a Danish-Dutch trio that plays a mix of Folk, Alternative and Grunge. Over steel metal resonator guitars, heavily overdriven hollowbody bass guitars, vintage cassette tape noise and deep beating drums, a road worn voice shouts out poetic tales about tragic heroes, romantic love and vagabonds.
Vulnerable story-telling with a manic edge based about a life travelling between venues, festivals and busking on the streets of Europe for a dime. As a trio the band’s live performance is rough, explosive and unpredictable. Still the group has more up their sleeve being able to bring out an emotional stripped-down rendition of their music. Featuring acoustic instruments and classic folk harmony vocals or even just the bare minimum of street music: One man and his guitar. They have been spreading their addictive raw Folk-Grunge to the praise of audiences worldwide since 2016, touring countries such as Holland, Germany, Denmark, UK, Italy, Russia and having their music featured under the Netflix original: ‘Ragnarok’