- Bart Booze (2009 – 2012)
- Liam Booze
- Mario Booze (2009 – 2012)
- Mark Booze
- Tommy Storback
Booze & Glory is a Polish-British Street Punk band from London, formed in 2009.
Booze & Glory was formed in London in 2009 by Mark (vocals), Liam (guitar), Bartez (bass) and Mario (drums). Mark, Bartez and Mario are originally from Poland and were already known in the Oi! scene there. In 2010 the band released their debut album Always on the Wrong Side through 84 Records. Two Split EPs followed, one with the Harington Saints and the other with The Warriors. In 2011 the band released their second album, Trouble Free. The band have also released various EPs as well as a Singles Collection, with the song "London Skinhead Crew", for which a video was also recorded. The video has been viewed around twenty million times and has so far been the band's most successful song.
In 2013 the band had changes in the line-up - Bartez and Mario left the group citing family reasons. They were replaced by the Swedish drummer T. Cliché (from The Clichés and Clockwork Crew) and Bubbles. The band signed a recording contract with Step-1 Music in 2014 and released their album As Bold as Brass. Most recently, in 2017 the band released Chapter IV and in 2019 they released Hurricane.
Music style and lyrics
Booze & Glory play modern British Oi! with many singalongs and catchy rhythms. In their lyrics they cover many British topics, from singing about the working class to their description of the London skinhead scene via songs about drinking beer. Their lyrics show patriotism towards England and pride in London and West Ham United, however the band is also proud to have different nationalities as members and positions itself clearly against the right-wing Skinhead scene. The band defines itself as apolitical
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