This Burning Age’s music is violently beautiful, bridging the “Electro-Rock” divide with startling finesse. Their influences range into diverse and often conflicting genres: New Wave, Punk, Post-Punk, Industrial, Neue Deutsche Härte, Synth-pop, Post-Rock, Goth, Drum and Bass and Trip-hop with the end result giving rise to a depth, quality and intelligence of song writing and a distinctive, individual voice all of their own. Originating from Birmingham, U.K. , This Burning Age are: Friday - Vocals, Guitar, Synths, Arrangements Jon Farrington-Smith - Guitar, Keys Chris Locke - Davey Bennett - Bass Guitar Jack Josypenko - Drums “Nine Inch Nails meets The Smashing Pumpkins and Sonic Youth. 9/10” – Mind Equals Blown “We have something remarkable on our hands. 8/10” – This Is Not A Scene “Definitely are a band to look out for” – Mutiny Press “Hits you like a tonne of bricks. 8/10” – Soundscape Magazine Interpol meets Sonic Youth in thoughtful, dark “alt-electro-rock”...they deserve attention - Birmingham Live Review THIS BURNING AGE For Management, UK/International Bookings and Press, please contact Leigh Webster or Jon Farrington-Smith at 5th Day Records Leigh: _Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ Jon: _Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ Official Website: _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ Photostream: _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_WWW

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This Burning Age’s music is violently beautiful, bridging the “Electro-Rock” divide with startling finesse. Their influences range into diverse and often conflicting genres: New Wave, Punk, Post-Punk, Industrial, Neue Deutsche Härte, Synth-pop, Post-Rock, Goth, Drum and Bass and Trip-hop with the end result giving rise to a depth, quality and intelligence of song writing and a distinctive, individual voice all of their own. Originating from Birmingham, U.K. , This Burning Age are: Friday - Vocals, Guitar, Synths, Arrangements Jon Farrington-Smith - Guitar, Keys Chris Locke - Davey Bennett - Bass Guitar Jack Josypenko - Drums “Nine Inch Nails meets The Smashing Pumpkins and Sonic Youth. 9/10” – Mind Equals Blown “We have something remarkable on our hands. 8/10” – This Is Not A Scene “Definitely are a band to look out for” – Mutiny Press “Hits you like a tonne of bricks. 8/10” – Soundscape Magazine Interpol meets Sonic Youth in thoughtful, dark “alt-electro-rock”...they deserve attention - Birmingham Live Review THIS BURNING AGE For Management, UK/International Bookings and Press, please contact Leigh Webster or Jon Farrington-Smith at 5th Day Records Leigh: _Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ Jon: _Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ Official Website: _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_ Photostream: _Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup_WWWW

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This Burning Age’s music is violently beautiful, bridging the “Electro-Rock” divide with startling finesse.

Their influences range into diverse and often conflicting genres: New Wave, Punk, Post-Punk, Industrial, Neue Deutsche Härte, Synth-pop, Post-Rock, Goth, Drum and Bass and Trip-hop with the end result giving rise to a depth, quality and intelligence of song writing and a distinctive, individual voice all of their own.

Originating from Birmingham, U.K. , This Burning Age are:

Friday - Vocals, Guitar, Synths, Arrangements
Jon Farrington-Smith - Guitar, Keys
Chris Locke -
Davey Bennett - Bass Guitar
Jack Josypenko - Drums

“Nine Inch Nails meets The Smashing Pumpkins and Sonic Youth. 9/10” – Mind Equals Blown

“We have something remarkable on our hands. 8/10” – This Is Not A Scene

“Definitely are a band to look out for” – Mutiny Press

“Hits you like a tonne of bricks. 8/10” – Soundscape Magazine

Interpol meets Sonic Youth in thoughtful, dark “alt-electro-rock”…they deserve attention - Birmingham Live Review

THIS BURNING AGE

For Management, UK/International Bookings and Press, please contact Leigh Webster or Jon Farrington-Smith at 5th Day Records
Leigh: Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup
Jon: Email not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup

Official Website: Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup Photostream: Website not available. Sign in: https://www.twine.net/signup


    uniE603 This Burning Age Interview Thursday 9 Sep 2010
    Friday, Penko, Jon and Phil from This Burning Age join Rich Williams at Shine Radio at Birmingham City University for a chat about their past, present and future. Includes the rigorous audition process for joining the band, Phil's passion for reworking classic songs, the influences on the sound of the band, and a happy occasion for Jon. This Burning Age links: https://www.twine.net/signin https://www.twine.net/signin https://www.twine.net/signin https://www.twine.net/signin Other bands heard in the feature: Clearlake: https://www.twine.net/signin Gary Numan: https://www.twine.net/signin Placebo: https://www.twine.net/signin Rammstein: https://www.twine.net/signin #audioWW
    uniE603 End Game - 5th Day Records Sessions - Jan 2010
    A live acoustic version of End Game, the 4th track from the debut album "A Muzzle for the Masses" by This Burning Age, recorded in one take at 5th Day Records studio back in January 2010. Everything about recording that day was very ad hoc, in this case we decided to forgoe using the main studio set-up and instead opted for an old Tascam Multi-Track tape machine that was lying around. Although the nature of the "one take" mean's the performance has flaws, we ran with it nonetheless and there's a warmth to the recording that I really like. #audio #Acoustic #End #Game #Acoustic #This #Burning #Age #Alt #Electro #Rock #Friday #BirminghamWW

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