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Higgs & The Bosons

What do you do when you emerge as the battle-scarred survivors of corporal punishment, processed food, leaded petrol fumes, cycling without helmets, driving without seatbelts, socially obligatory smoking and imminent cold war annihilation? You count your blessings because you are clearly very lucky individuals. Then you form a band and share that experience. Higgs and the Bosons is the sound of an angry generation tinged with relief that they made it this far. For seven years they have been pointing out how hard they had it to a younger generation who tolerate their bitter rants with great patience. Shamelessly drawing their influence from 1970s punk and any other genre of conveniently angry music, the full force of their output can also be heard on their self-titled EP available at the door with T shirts in most popular sizes. Or you can find them on Spotify and iTunes.

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