With influences ranging from dystopian fiction to classic British rock, garage rock and post punk, the four piece are quickly establishing themselves as one of Scotland’s best emerging acts. Infusing a classic rock and punk grit with indie pop sensibilities and political lyrical wit, Bad Hombres’ live performances have made the band a force to be reckoned with. The band gigged relentlessly in 2018 and 2019, playing numerous sold out shows with some of the finest up and coming acts in the UK.
In 2018, Bad Hombres joined forces with one of Scotland’s most celebrated songwriters, Kieren Webster (The View), and producer, Scotty Anderson (Vida, ST.MARTiiNS, Parliamo). The pair oversaw production duties on the bands single releases and debut EP, Protest As You Please (2019), which saw the four piece lamenting the rise of conservative and right wing movements across the globe, achieving critical acclaim in the process. Having supported fellow political rockers The Blinders at a sold out St Lukes in Glasgow (550 capacity), Bad Hombres plan to expand their invasive brand of rock with new releases and bigger live shows in the second half of 2019.