Here's The Bronco's latest release - State of Emergency. A 4-track EP packed with catchy hooks and walls of guitars. It's pop infested punk rock.
The title track - State of Emergency - is very much inspired by the present political situation in their native Sweden, as it closed it’s borders last autumn and declared state of emergency. The same goes for Sound of Guns, written after a gang related shooting killing eight people.
Matt Dee: State of Emergency is honest old skool punk-rock’n’roll, warts and all. I grew up with glam, pop and punk. This EP is a mix of all that music.
About the band:
The Bronco was formed in 2010 and consist of Matt Dee on vocals/guitar. Nick West on bass/vocals and Peter Waljus (former leadsinger and guitarist in garagerockers Highride) on drums. Matt is the main songwriter in The Bronco. Forming the band he wanted to combine Sex Pistols heavy guitars with the sound of american bands like Replacements and Cheap Trick. After getting quite some attention from one single released four years ago - Century Boy. The Bronco were invited to headline at the Olympic Stadium in Stockholm during the World Cup in snowboard with an audience of 10.000. They were also invited to play during Swedish Skate Awards the same year. The song was also getting aired on national rock radio.