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Sussex four-piece ‘Sweet Jonny’ drop a banger!

Sweet Jonny are back on track with a high-octane single, ‘Banger Racer’ 

Sweet Jonny

Sweet Jonny are back on track with a high-octane single, ‘Banger Racer’ 

A glam descent of clanging chords worthy of Slade ushers in ‘Banger Racer’. This heartfelt paean to the down and dirty world of that particular motorsport is driven hard over a stomping beat with crunching stops and howls of wailing lead. 

Check it out on Spotify here: 

A four-piece from Burgess Hill in West Sussex, Sweet Jonny are fronted by principal songwriter Tom Backshall on vocals and guitar. Fiercely independent and proud of their working-class roots, they have been ploughing their own DIY furrow since the release of their ‘JSA’ EP in 2013.

Sweet Jonny - Banger Racer
Sweet Jonny – Banger Racer

An eponymously titled debut album came out in 2018, with the follow up expected later this year. Look out for a new video dropping for ‘Banger Racer’ soon, and you can catch them live in the UK on the following dates:

Wednesday 26th January 2022 – New Cross Inn, London

Saturday 5th February 2022 – The Cave, Addlestone, Surrey

Saturday 5th March – The Pipeline, Brighton

Saturday 2nd April 2022 – Slim Jim’s, London

Saturday 16th April 2022 – Poco Loco, Chatham, Kent

Sunday 17th April 2022 – The Hope, Brighton

More info and merch can be found at the band’s website:

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