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The Meow Meows


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Brighton, United Kingdom (2005 – present)

The Meow Meows are an eight piece traditional Ska ‘n’ Soul band from Brighton, UK.

Featuring ex-members of Ska Gal and The Hands Of Ra, Muttly’s Dastardly Skam and Out of Luck.

Their sound is an amalgamation of 60s garage rock ‘n’ roll, 80’s 2Tone ska and anything else they may feel like chucking in. They formed back in summer 2005 mainly as an excuse to drink on a weeknight, but since then they have played with major international acts including The Skints, Reel Big Fish, The Temptations, The Beat, The Selecter, King Blues, Bad Manners, The Slackers, and The Aggrolites.

The Meow Meows are currently recording their second album with legendary reggae producer Prince Fatty, due for release in July 2013.

The Meow Meows have toured throughout the UK and Europe, including the 2010 London Brawling tour with The King Blues, Mouthwash and Moral Dilemma.

In January 2007, their good friend and guitarist Ben Auld passed away. After a few years with a changing line-up, they have settled with 9 band members including a three-piece horn section.

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  • theoddhandle

    saw 'em support Reel Big Fish a couple of months ago in their home town of Brighton ; absolutely spectacular ! I enjoyed them pretty much as much as RBF themslves !

    6 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Manoloxines

    Great band...surprised to see so few folk here!

    5 Sep 2011 Reply
  • Geordie_Rocker

    Just saw you supporting The King Blues in Newcastle and have to say you were absolutely brilliant, if not a bit cramped on that stage! Hope you come back!!!

    13 Apr 2010 Reply

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