The St Pierre Snake Invasion greeted the Bristol music scene in 2011 with what Peter Ringmaster of ‘Rock Pulse’ describes as ‘an unrelenting package of intense, pissed off spite’ with their debut EP ‘Flesh’. The bands follow up E.P,‘Everyone’s entitled to my opinion’ released April 30th retains and expands on the machine like impact of the guitars, bass and drums combined with the erratic urgency of Damien’s witty and satirical lyrics.
Singer Damien Sayell says of the EP “This E.P is our reply to a stagnant genre of music. It’s a return to a time when guitar music didn’t just mean characterless jangly Advant garde or overly macho chest beating chugging. The title itself represents the fact that even when you put your heart and soul into music you’re still only voicing an opinion and as much as you’re entitled to your opinions everyone else is entitled to ignore them
TSPSI live shows become a ‘see it to believe it’ moment that the band itself championed by critics, their peers and fans. The video to the bands single ‘Call the Coroner’ shows Damien screaming and dancing in bookshops, butchers, across roads and more. All shot in the area which gave the band instant notoriety, ‘Call the Coroner’ is a two and a half minute party in Bristol with The Snake Pierre Snake Invasion.
See the video for ‘Call The Coroner’ below:
“When rock music rediscovered its fresh originality and became truly interesting once more!” – rockpulse.co.uk
Damien Sayell: “The video to call coroner is us paying homage to a city that has been very courteous to us. It was shot in local shops on Bristol’s famous Gloucester road.”
T O U R D A T E S
APR 27 BRISTOL, THE CROFT
MAY 10 GLOUCESTER, BLACK CAT
MAY 11 CHELTENHAM, 2 PIGS
MAY 23 BATH, THE PORTER
F E S T I V A L S
MAY 25 DOT TO DOT FESTIVAL
AUG 31 ARCTANGENT FESTIVAL
EP: Everyone’s Entitled to My Opinion
Release Date: April 30th 2013