Video footage of THE ALCOHOLLYS, the London, Ontario, Canada-based "punk rock" band featuring KITTIE drummer Mercedes Lander and original KITTIE bassist Tanya Candler, performing on February 1 at The Richmond in the group's hometown can be seen below.
THE ALCOHOLLYS's "Flashback" two-song digital EP was recorded at Beachroad Studios in Goderich, Ontario with Siegfried Meier. The effort, which contains the tracks "Flashback To '93" and "27 Death Riot / Demolition In Speed City", will be released on February 12.
Formed in March 2009, THE ALCOHOLLYS bring their unique brand of punk rock served with a side of attitude, theatrics and audience participation.
The band had done a handful of shows in 2010 when they received the Jack Richardson music award for Best Punk Artist of 2010.
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THE ALCOHOLLYS recorded their debut EP, "The Alcohollys", in 2010 with producer Darren Magierowski at Route 66 Recordings. Following the EP's release, THE ALCOHOLLYS were featured in The London Free Press, The Toronto Sun, The Londoner and SCENE magazine.
In 2011, Dana Hartman (a.k.a. Kimber Hart; lead vocals, keys, guitar) and Tanya Candler (a.k.a. Scarlet Fever; vocals, lead bass) welcomed Mercedes Lander (aka Ruby Pubey) to the group.
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