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Bulldog Bash-bound band of brothers unveil album

Posted 28 July 2011
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Bulldog Bash-bound band of brothers unveil album
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One of the emerging acts lined-up to play at next month's Bulldog Bash in Warwickshire have unveiled an album.

Punk blues band Henry's Funeral Shoe - consisting if Welshmen Aled and Brennig Clifford - has completed the recording of Donkey Jacket, recording firm Alive Records has said.

The company said of the production: "The tracks are built on catchy guitar intros such as self-titled Henry's Funeral Shoe, Down The Line and Coming On Through which are nailed home by Brennig's terrifyingly punishing drumming style."

Fans heading with their camping gear to the Bulldog Bash festival will be able to enjoy the brothers in action as part of a musical line-up that also features Status Quo and The Damned.

Held at Long Marston Airfield near Stratford-on-Avon over the weekend of August 11th to 13th, the event combined music with a central theme of motorbikes.

This includes the chance to race a motorbike on the site's drag strips, which organisers state is among the best of its kind in Britain.