Bacon Radars
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ES Barcelona – Garage Rock / Rock / Alternative Rock / Indie
Bacon Radars

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Bacon Radars - Lost in Town (Official Live Video)
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Members 5
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Bacon Radars
Ab67616d0000b27332197cd5809ac3bc2c2e30d9 Keep the Lights Off Album 2021
Ab67616d0000b27330c6bd5bce84adfd67932a50 Lost in Town Single 2021
Ab67616d0000b2731b18b243a4dbbf22f27b0c3c Troublemaker Single 2021
Ab67616d0000b273182c4610880ea500119e4142 Space Suit Single 2019
Ab67616d0000b273ed0ee944e21835141d185e59 You Are Not Alone Single 2019
Ab67616d0000b273a394776a5a32e577f8ac7a14 Shout It Out! Single 2018
Ab67616d0000b27337192ac56320306a4b1c0aab Bacon Radars Single 2018
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Bacon Radars is a balearic garage band composed of members from Menorca and Barcelona.

Roaring guitars possess and light their amps on fire. This deafening apparatus covers their songs in a hazy smoke, buzzed and distorted. While reminiscent of Ty Segall, Foals or Cage the Elephant, Bacon Radars have their own voice and their whirling live performances have shaken Barcelona.

After a convincing irruption provoked by a raw, electric and fresh EP and a bunch of singles during 2018 and 2019, Bacon Radars’ members Roger Abella (vocals), Guillem Laborda (lead guitar), Lluís Gelabert (rhythm guitar), Marc Fisa (bass) and Santi Arderiu (drums) drop in the rock scene releasing a solid debut LP (Keep the Lights Off, 2021) that is guarantee enough to conquer large stages.

Bacon Radars’ balearic garage becomes clear from the first two singles that preceded the debut album release. ‘Troublemaker’, a bullet of direct rock and sticky melodies that talks about the new relationship trends that defy classical monogamy (open relationships, polyamory…) and questions the lack of engagement; and ‘Lost in Town’, their most wild, energetic and loud version. Nevertheless, their sharpened guitars and frenetic rhythms remain in all the songs of the album, starting from ‘Nightclub Lights’ to the powerful and out of control ‘Preoccupations’, going through ‘Fade Away’ or the more melodic ‘Walking Out’. Summarizing: a great and solid album with the final emotive touch of ‘A Thousand Million Copies’.