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"What is the best way to describe this “The Scabby Queen” it’s not easy, as they are not gentle on the ear, but give you good, old fashioned, in your face, rock!” – Dave Gilson – Preston FM presenter.
The Scottish rock outfit – vocalists Michelle Flannigan and Emma Briggs, guitarist Nathan Somers, bassist Greg Conroy and drummer Andy Paterson – not only know where they’re going, but have a rock solid history that put them here today. With the 2013 release of the band’s debut EP Nothing Personal, The Scabby Queen (TSQ) arrives with substance, style and songs that capture you with gripping lyrics, making them easy to remember, and hard to forget.
By aligning their unwavering dedication to music and with influences ranging from Jessie Jay to Nirvana, TSQ have created a signature sound, and are proof that raw talent, ambition and honesty can still prevail in an ailing music industry. TSQ’s tenacity, drive and work ethic are reflected throughout their history, in their songs and the focus of the bands members.
They are speaking to a generation and the message is simple: shake the cage and talk some sense.