BombSkare: Gangsters

Bombskare Gangster Shoot. Promotional material for forthcoming music releases. Client: Bombskare recording artists Creative Agency & Styling: Youth Juice Production Company Photography: Lee Howell Photography Post Production: Lee Howell Photography Assistants: Donna O'Hanlon, Vikki McGraw, Natalie, Anya Hair: Jason Hall Model: Monika Wiktorowicz Wardrobe: Moss Bros, Chic & Unique, Those were the days vintage Location: Grosvenor Maybury Casino Car: Glen Exton Introducing BOMBSKARE, Scotland’s 9-man ska juggernaut have been tearing up stages the length and breadth of the British Isles. Reaching zero to sixty skanking miles an hour in the space of three chords, they combine top quality dance-along songs with well crafted album tunes. They are the Fat Man and Little Boy of Scottish Ska. Bigger, better, louder, tighter, harder and faster than the competition - they leave every stage like Tokyo following a visit from Godzilla . Equally renowned for their musicianship and recordings, they are tighter than Fort Knox, their trademark ska rhythms and lush, three-part harmonies work together with choppy guitar sounds and an explosive horn section to truly blow the audience away.

Bombskare; Gangster Shoot.

Promotional material for Bombskare, winners of the BBC TV series - UK's Best Part Time Band 2016, hosted by Rhod Gilbert.

Client: Bombskare recording artists
Creative Agency & Styling: Youth Juice Production Company
Photography: Lee Howell Photography
Post Production: Lee Howell
Photography Assistants: Donna O'Hanlon, Vikki McGraw, Natalie, Anya
Hair: Jason Hall 
Model: Monika Wiktorowicz
Wardrobe: Moss Bros, Chic & Unique, Those were the days vintage
Location: Grosvenor Maybury Casino
Car: Glen Exton

Introducing BOMBSKARE, Scotland’s 9-man ska juggernaut have been tearing up stages the length and breadth of the British Isles. Reaching zero to sixty skanking miles an hour in the space of three chords, they combine top quality dance-along songs with well crafted album tunes.

They are the Fat Man and Little Boy of Scottish Ska. Bigger, better, louder, tighter, harder and faster than the competition - they leave every stage like Tokyo following a visit from Godzilla

Equally renowned for their musicianship and recordings, they are tighter than Fort Knox, their trademark ska rhythms and lush, three-part harmonies work together with choppy guitar sounds and an explosive horn section to truly blow the audience away.
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