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Call Me Malcolm are a five piece ska/punk band from London, blending hard punk, a crunchy ska sound and three part harmonies.
Originally inspired by the US third wave leaders of the late 90s such as Less Than Jake and Goldfinger, the band quickly evolved a harder, more sardonic, Random Hand style edge.
April 2018, Malcolm released I Was Broken When You Got Here, an album telling the story of the band’s struggles with mental health, to universally effusive praise. Recorded with Oz Craggs at Hidden Track Studios (The Gallows, Mallory Knox, Feed The Rhino), the release represents the band’s layered, intricate songwriting.
Since Malcolm’s debut indie release We Did This To Ourselves reached No. 1 in the Bandcamp Ska-Punk chart in 2014, they’ve supported The Interrupters, Sonic Boom Six, Big D & The Kids’ Table and Random Hand. This summer sees the band touring with The Bar Stool Preachers, Random Hand and New Town Kings.
PRESS FOR "I Was Broken When You Got Here":
“..the record is set to be a saving grace of the genre in 2018.“ - Vinnie Fiorello (LESS THAN JAKE)
“Incredible” - The Punk Archive
"I Was Broken When You Got Here is 99% certain to be the ska punk album of 2018." - Colin’s Punk Rock World
“One of the best albums of this genre in the last decade” - RockFreaks.net
“It’s gonna make a lot of you very very happy!” - Random Hand
“[a] catchy, infectious masterpiece” - Shout Louder
“‘40 minutes of pure blood, sweat and tears” - Fortitude Magazine

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