Chinese Missy

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Chinese Missy - Rock Live Act in London

Chinese Missy Short Info

Chinese Missy are a four piece band from North London, playing a unique brand of trashy rock n’ roll. Since forming in 2012 their unrelenting and unapologetic live show has seen them take the stage at Camden Rocks Festival in 2015, Download Festival 2014 (backed by Red Bull Studios
London) and Green Man Festival 2013. They have played up and down the country supporting bands such as Tribes and Young Kato in venues including The Kazimier (Liverpool) The Box (Glasgow) and Thekla (Bristol), as well as securing a residency at central London venue Notting Hill Arts Club.

This drive pervades all aspects of Chinese Missy; their political anthem ‘Blood On Your Hands’, which received airplay on BBC London, caused a stir during the General Election in May. The accompanying video was loved and loathed in equal measure; labelled by some as ‘insightful political comment’, whilst others saw it simply as ‘disgusting and unfunny’. By this time, Chinese Missy was no stranger to the press, having already received coverage from Rock Sound Magazine, Guestlist and Live Nation, as well as countless other indie publications. Furthermore, their debut single Kickin’ About had already reached No. 20 in the iTunes rock chart and been aired on national radio by BBC Introducing West.

Their two singles, engineered by Mike Spink (The 1975, Jake Bugg) can be downloaded from all major digital distributors including iTunes and Spotify. Both live footage and music videos can be found on Youtube and updates, photos and live dates can be found on the band’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

A bloody good band ! – Paul Moss, BBC Introducing

‘was this just a band, or were we gazing upon Rock gods in the making’.
Amy Allcroft, Green Man Festival Review
– Festivalmag.com

Chinese Missy - not in fact a ‘missy’ at all, but four guys from London – deliver driving rawk.
– Time Out

“They genuinely match up to their swagger and attitude on stage, this lot are the bastard love child (from a wild orgy) of the Arctic Monkeys, The Vines, The Kooks, Black Rebel
Motorcycle Club and (last but not least) The Vines..”
- Bring The Noise UK

Despite their status as a relatively new band they seem to have already nailed their live performance… Their huge riffs completely filled the room and the political touch to their lyrics help separate them from other similar bands.
- Rock Sins.com

Contact Information
Chinese Missy are managed by Chris Barnett Associates at DODO RECORDS
For further information, bookings and all other enquiries please contact:
Chris@chrisbarnettassociates.com
Tel: +44 1386 881946 Mob: +44 7887 533482

Chinese Missy are a four piece band from North London, playing a unique brand of trashy rock n’ roll. Since forming in 2012 their unrelenting and unapologetic live show has seen them take the stage at Camden Rocks Festival in 2015, Download Festival 2014 (backed by Red Bull Studios
London) and Green Man Festival 2013. They have played up and down the country supporting bands such as Tribes and Young Kato in venues including The Kazimier (Liverpool) The Box (Glasgow) and Thekla (Bristol), as well as securing a residency at central London venue Notting Hill Arts Club.

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Past Gigs Chinese Missy

  • 05 | 2015 London Camden Rocks Festival
  • 04 | 2015 Liverpool Jaracanda: Rogue Gallery Promotions presents
  • 04 | 2015 London Proud, Camden: Club Kamikaze
  • 01 | 2015 Montrose B@r, Montrose
  • 12 | 2014 London Live @ The Monarch, Camden
  • 06 | 2014 Donnington Park Download Festival
  • 08 | 2013 Glanusk, Wales Green Man Festival

Discography Chinese Missy

  • 2015 Blood On Your Hands Single | DODO RECORDS
  • 2014 Kickin' About Single | DODO RECORDS

Media

  • Video Chinese Missy - Blood On Yo...
  • Video Chinese Missy - Kickin' Abo...

Origin

  • London GB

Founded

  • 2012

Members

  • Bello Ingram guitar, vocals
  • Richard Bond guitar, vocals
  • Tommy L'heart bass, vocals
  • Tom Moore drums