"The 4th Wave Of Ska Is Here!"

Death Of Guitar Pop are Silky & Top Kat, a 2 Tone Inspired Ska Duo from Essex. DOGP have been building a huge buzz since self releasing their debut track/video 'Rickety Old Train' in Nov 16. 

Skinheads, Mods & Rudies all around the world are skanking to their infectious Ska Pop sound. Death Of Guitar Pop have been endorsed by ska royalty such as Pauline Black (The Selecter) and Dave Wakeling (The Beat.) Bad Manners horn section are a regular fixture in the DOGP live band, Neville Staple (The Specials) has also shown the band love, sparking a collaboration on a song together titled 'Suburban Ska Club.' 

DOGP have been picked by Fred Perry as one of their featured Fred Perry Subculture artists. In true 2 Tone “DIY Spirit” the band are self managed and fiercely independent! The band’s DIY grind is proving to be a successful one. 

DOGP have crowd funded both of their albums, raising 20k in funding from fans. Both '69 Candy Street' & 'In Over Our Heads' have sold thousands of copies, DOGP are drawing huge crowds at summer festivals plus selling out their own headline shows & are also running an innovative subscription-based fan club. 

In Dec 2019, the band collaborated with the CALM Charity & Bafta award winning Inbetweeners Star ‘James Buckley’ raising funds & mental health awareness through their Christmas single Feeling Like A Right James Blunt At Christmas - the single was a #1 Bestseller on Amazon Music, Reached #28 In The Official Charts & received support/airplay from Radio X. 

2020 will see Death of Guitar Pop play their biggest headline show to date, at legendary London venue 'The Underworld' in Camden Town on Oct 17th.

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Death of Guitar Pop @ Faversham Beer Festival 2020

Faversham Beer Festival 2020, Faversham

DoGP Headline Faversham Beer Festival 2020.
Faversham Beer Festival is a small not for profit independent beer and music festival located on Faversham Town Football Club.
The aim of this event is to provide charitable funds to support local sporting activities.

Faversham being home to the UK’s oldest brewer, it knows a thing or two about beer, so what a better place to have a beer festival.

In 2019 its inaugural year, we had 50 real ales from brewers based from the south east and over 45 different music acts including the legendary Blockheads.

2020 is set to build on this success and is set to be a weekender to remember, with more beers and bands than before.

Other improvements boast of onsite camping and car parking, our new swanky cocktail bar with a stunning view of the mainstage and a whole host of catering options to suite your dietary needs.

Contact

Management: management@skaclubessex.com

Bookings & Radio: bookings@skaclubessex.com

Tech/Tour Manager: coatesrob@hotmail.com