Beasts talk diva behaviour, broken strings and new single ‘Annie’

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Beasts talk diva behaviour, broken strings and new single ‘Annie’
14th October 2014

Grunge-rockers Beasts tell us how they’ve gone from filming a video with no budget to hearing themselves blasted out on Radio One. 


The band talk chamomile tea, bad gigs in Camden and how they’ll be back in the studio recording for new releases in January 2015. Their new single Annie was released on 13th October. 


Beasts are Joe Mallory-Skinner, guitar and vocals; Jaco Norman, bass and Tom Wood, drums. 

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