Plastic Tramps

Devon
Alternative Rock, Progressive Rock

An explosive, infectious clamour built to last!

Plastic Tramps is a new breed of rock that was born in 2016 at South Devon College. The band have since been honing their sound and enjoyed primetime exposure on BBC Introducing South-West as well as receiving sparkling reviews from multiple local online magazines.

Their live sets are an explosion of energy that leaves you breathless. Many memorable nights have passed in various well-fared Devonshire venues, including the renowned Exeter Cavern and Plymouth Underground.

The Tramps recently finished working on their eponymous EP at Momentum Studios with Producer Josiah Manning. The first recordings with the current settled lineup, the momentous ‘Asylum Insane’ and its accompanying video accrued over 1,000 views on Youtube within the first 24 hours, released in November of 2020.

A month later, they released the EP which since has reached over 30,000 streams on Spotify and has been featured on BBC Introducing South West with both “Smack The Machine”, and “Asylum Insane”, you begin to feel it is a taste of what is to come.

Now they have sprung into their own with buoyant confidence and infectious clamour. As the Tramp Train gathers speed, they are surely hungry for further success.

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Marcus Osborne reviewed Plastic Tramps 2 weeks ago

I’ve just checked out ‘Plastic Traps’ single “Asylum Insane” on Youtube, an incredibly brave and powerful track clocking in at 8 minutes, smacking you in the face with beefy riffs and Muse-esque vocals – this is an absolute behemoth.

I am wholeheartedly impressed with this, like proper impressed. I can’t really fault it in any way, every section lends itself to the overall piece really nicely whilst also having it’s own point to make. Dynamic ability is abundant here and clearly the band aren’t short of ideas, with a track this long I can imagine it was a case of “having to stop” rather than “wanting to stop”, which gives me a lot of hope for future releases!

A really professional and equally powerful offering, I can see a lot more coming from Plastic Tramps in the future!


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