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If you take The Beatles message of love and spirituality, The Stones sexual bravado, pair that up with The Who's musical forcefulness and DRAG IT THRU THE STREETS OF NEW YORK, that's pretty much the London Egg story.

“Mod Rocker Brothers with the ``Brit-York Sound``. After being hatched in their native NYC, brothers Robes London and Egg spent their early years playing in various rock bands individually and being influenced predominantly by 60's and 70's Classic British Bands (Beatles, The Who, The Stones, Kinks, Bowie amongst others). In 2004, they started writing songs together and found a unique sound emerging that contained musical elements both old and new. This is how they came to create their Mod Rocking, ``Brit-York Sound``. Adding Boston native Chris Paine on 2nd guitar/vocals in 2013 continued to solidify London Egg's musical attack. Recently, they have leveraged their own French Connection, Julien Budrino, on drums- C'est la vie!


London Egg

October 22- Tavern 33- Norton, MA

November 5- Rock n' Bowl- East Providence, RI

November 12- IPO: Boston (PAS's Lounge)- Somerville, MA

December 5th- Acoustic show at Gotham Comedy Club for the Laugh for Sight Benifit, NY


The Beatles, The Who, 60's British Invasion, Mod/Dandy fashion, Cheap Trick, The Kinks, Bowie, Oasis, Bob Dylan, Small Faces, The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, The Byrds, The Pretenders, The Hollies, T-Rex, The Jam, Supergrass, The Police, Aerosmith, INXS (Michael Hutchence), VAST, Chris Corner (Sneaker Pimps, I AM X), CSN, Neil Young, Jimi Hendrix, The Animals, Cream, The Move, Wings, The Replacements, The Doors, The Cavedogs (RIP), The Alarm, Squeeze, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, The Bangles and many others including The Monkees, Spinal Tap, Austin Powers (yeah baby), Derek & Clive, Frank Sidebottom, and being all around naughty, randy lads in general...Two fingers up! Cheers! 😛 ...



``If anybody’s energy was wavering NYC’s neo-mod whirlwind of sound, London Egg alleviated that by delivering a blistering set of ultra-crunchy power pop. Fleshed out with a new drummer and rhythm guitarist their focused intensity gained more “swing” and bounce to go with the thunder. A fast and furious cover of Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made For Walking” had everyone on their feet as Powerpopaholic Fest 2014 wound down. It was a weekend of music that needed to be heard and anyone here can attest to that. Power-pop mission accomplished!``
— Barry Dreyfus, Power Popaholic —

``After a retro-flavored debut, London Egg switches gears slightly to add more modern influences…the band succeeds with the pure guitar power pop of “You Get What You Give”. “On Fire” has charging riffs. Most of the album is driven by those powerful riffs and simpler rockers like “Our Luv Dance” and the title track. “And Address It To Me” adds an updated Beatles style to the mix with some great harmonies. Highly recommended. ``
— Aaron Kupferberg, —

``London Egg, a bit of Old Blighty in New York City, is making waves in the underground current. And the music is awesome. It’s like going back in time to swinging London or Manchester, watching The WHO and The Kinks. That driving, cymbal crashing dance beat that people are starved for makes them smile and have fun again. This is great. This is different. This is needed.``
— Adam Welch, Manchester Evening News —

``New York dandies with serious attitude come a blazing with their new breed of Brit Punk Mod Rock. London Egg’s songs are strong and quite contagious. Maybe infectious. At times I hear the Beatles production and energy. And positive, fun, and head-banging punch. Call it revisited if you like, but it’s here with a lot of power and movement. This ain’t your Daddy’s square emo music, so forget being sad.”
— Jensen Campbell ~ Associated Press, The Underground Hedgehog —

“Fifteen scrumptiously delicious tracks adorn their debut album, ``In The Beginning…``, revitalizing the sounds that started a revolution. And the sound is long overdue. Gushing with authenticity, their image is a complimentary counterpart to their sound, modernizing the trends that originally accompanied the British Invasion.”
— Andrea Jones, Memphis Rock Music Examiner —


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