British Punk Rock
The Malloys are a British punk band from West London that formed in Staines in 2004. The group was founded by Paul Belcher (lead vocals), Matthew Dalrymple (guitar) and Matt Early (drums), and joined by Nick Feltham (bass). Matthew Dalrymple fell ill and eventually quit, he was replaced by Chris Restrick (guitar).
The band quickly gained prominence by performing on the London music circuit; attracting much record label interest, declining offers they decided to form their own independent record label, Chestnut Road Records and released their debut EP 'Countries Crisis' (2005). The following year, the band recorded 'No One Likes Us' with replacement guitarist Chris Restrick. In 2007 they released 'Naughty Naughty' - "The music industry needs The Malloys' style of refreshment, they're so naughty naughty" Revolution Radio (2008).
Between 2008 and 2010, The Malloys took a short creative break to compose, record and do a short European tour; however, they split in 2010 caused by an unexplained and mysterious malaise.
Listen to The Malloys on their YouTube Channel.
Countries Crisis (2005) Debut EP. Four tracks: Ain't Dun Nuffin', Officer. Fathers 4 Justice. John Wayne. Start Singing. Buy Now £3 →
No One Likes Us (2006) EP. Six tracks: Cyril. On My Own. Dawldy Chav. Black Jack. Home is Where I Park It. Bollocks. Buy Now £3 →
The Troubadour Club Earls Court
And so, to the The Troubadour London where so many wonderful and important musicians have played wonderful and important shows... and where The Malloys would've irrevocably reversed that trend with consummate ease! The famous Troubadour Club, a hotbed for emerging talent, has never played host to the British punk rock band, pity, because it is their favourite venue in London. Why is it their favourite? Because of the Troubadour Club's reputation as a counter-culture den of creativity and inspiration reflecting The Malloys' artistic philosophy. The Troubadour Club is filled with an aura of those distinctive musicians who've performed as past troubadours such as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, Elvis Costello and The Dead 60s - obviously the list goes on, but as I said, it doesn't include The Malloys, it's just that it's their favourite venue. See you there for a...
The Troubadour Club After their highly-publicized search for a new drummer, The Malloys kicks off their latest "Total Fantasy" tour with a West London show: on @ The Troubadour Club 263-7 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 9JA Live Gig Tickets £6 - 120 tickets available from: https://troubadour.co.uk/tickets-bookings/ Tickets Sales