Stupidity plays at exactly 9pm, so be there in time!
Holiday Show with Stupidity & Keith Streng of The Fleshtones. Stupidity: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stupidity/48174026253 Reverbnation: http://www.reverbnation.com/stupiditystockholm Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/artist/2Xdbh9pYOQOTFOOT4Niw Portal: www.stupidity.se The Fleshtones: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Fleshtones-Official/177240861436 Yep Rock (skivbolagets sida): http://www.yeproc.com/artists/the-fleshtones Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/artist/3a9cSOmXeX3S8Tosfy9Dwv Wrong Side of The Tracks: https://www.facebook.com/events/765038063532069/
Sounds Like: Stupidity, The Fleshtones (Official), Palmyra Delran, The Hives (Fan Page), Iggy Pop
Label: Go Fast Records
Bio: In the last days of 2005 Stupidity was formed in Stockholm, Sweden by former members from the bands Eager Beaver and The Cool Jerks. They took the name "Stupidity" from the great Solomon Burke song, a common favourite of them all. The bands first recording was a four song demo in september 2006 a...See Full Bio
Stupidity has a show on 2015-07-25 at 18:00 @ Runmarö varv in Värmdö http://www.reverbnation.com/q/60kp6g #concert
“Stupidity at Garageland, The Unicorn Camden June 12th First of all Tommy and bassist Miss Anna appear and start playing, then a guitar suddenly rings out from behind me and guitarist PA and vocalist Erniz push through the audience, take the stage and they all burst into the Stooges style riffing of the brilliant "On Fire" from the new album "Fore", it’s quite an entrance. Erniz is a great front-man, clutching his microphone stand he leans right out into the audience; his voice is impressively raw as though he’s just swallowed a handful of razor blades, smoked a pack of Gauloises and then gargled with a beaker of Jack Daniels. PA’s stuttering Fender Stratocaster reminds me a bit of Wilko Johnson in places and the rhythm section of Tommy (dubbed Sweden’s Clem Burke…) and Miss Anna, with her cool Flying V bass, are tight and powerful. "Girl Named Moe" with it's crunching stop-start chords is one of the highlights along with the sinister "Baby It's You".”