Hey Bulldog
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GB Pontefract – Garage Rock / Indie space rock / Blues Rock / Psychedelic Rock / Alternative Rock
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Doing It To Death Records
5a589118e93d20be58b69414ba128d32f36e66c7 Al Lupo Single 2018
C2edb6da2c53fc0444529330d9d541931c7d1563 Stranger Single 2017
Hey Bulldog
8b41a2d50fa7e7b54a89382cf5c2846a5010c8a4 Under My Spell Single 2015
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7f7f75b15e9670341314d8ba83f801bbae559e6d Numb EP Single 2014
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Bookings: heybulldogmusic@hotmail.co.uk General inquiries: info@hey-bulldog.com Follow Hey Bulldog on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heybulldogmusic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/heybulldog Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heybulldogmusic/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/heybulldog Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5OLxViZI8qMwA9VV3NzsKW Website: http://hey-bulldog.com/ “Hey Bulldog, another trio, hit the stage and immediately fire into an incendiary set.

The Manchester three-piece are closer in spirit to stoner rock trendsetters Kyuss and Sleep, thick, heavy rock riffs underlaid with grooving, driving rhythm.

Guitarist Rob Manton is blessed with enough musical talent to actually justify his level of showmanship as he howls his way through the band’s material- the centrepiece being “No Future, Part II“, a hazy Krautrock odyssey utilising motorik beats courtesy of drummer Ben Howarth-Lees and hypnotic synthetic drones, which gradually build in intensity to a great wave of release.

New single “Al Lupo“, by contrast, is back to basics with it’s Sabbath-esque riffs, heavy with distortion and flanging, perfect for a blistering desert freeway- a temperature that the room was earnestly trying to match at this point.

Hey Bulldog are an outfit to watch out for, their stock is only going to rise in 2018”

Gig Review by Liam Moody, Sounds From Nowhere Jan 2018