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Death of Guitar Pop: PPL Momentum Grantee

Death of Guitar Pop: PPL Momentum Grantee

Death of Guitar Pop: PPL Momentum Grantee

Pukka Sounds by Death of Guitar Pop

The 4th Wave Of Ska Is Here!

Death of Guitar Pop are Silky & Top Kat, a 2 Tone Inspired Ska Duo from Essex. DOGP have been building a huge buzz since self releasing their debut track/video ‘Rickety Old Train’ in Nov 16.

Skinheads, Mods & Rudies all around the world are skanking to their infectious Ska Pop sound. DOGP have been endorsed by ska royalty such as Pauline Black (The Selecter) and Dave Wakeling (The Beat.) Neville Staple (The Specials) has also shown the band love, sparking a collaboration on a song together titled ‘Suburban Ska Club.’

DOGP have crowd funded their first two albums raising over £20k in the process. ’69 Candy Street’ & ‘In Over Our Heads’ have now sold over ten thousand of copies combined, DOGP are also running an innovative subscription-based fan club with 400+ members.

In Dec 2019, the band collaborated with the CALM Charity & Inbetweeners Star ‘James Buckley’ raising funds & mental health awareness through their Christmas single Feeling Like A Right James Blunt At Christmas.

2021 will see Death of Guitar Pop play a SOLD OUT headline show at ‘The Underworld’ in Camden on July 31st in the build up to the summer release of their hugely anticipated third album ‘Pukka Sounds’, for which the band raised over £21k in crowd-funding. The album project has earned the support of the PPL Momentum Music Fund & (based on current pre-order numbers) is expected to break the UK Top 40 Albums Chart.

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