They may live thousands of miles from Bob Marley’s native Jamaica, but The Floating Bridges have been inspired by the legendary reggae artist to make music, and, combining the recognisable rhythms with heavy guitar, they have made it their own. The band – who describe their reggae-infused rock as “Red Hot Chili Peppers meets Bob Marley” – have already been highlighted as one to watch, having been featured on Triple J Unearthed, the one-stop shop for finding the best new music from Down Under.
The Floating Bridges have made a name for themselves in their native Queensland, working with local legend Brian Goodworth and receiving praise from Australian icon Jimmy Barnes when they supported him in concert. Their debut album, ‘Chasing Sunsets’, made an impact on its release in 2012, and gained the band a dedicated following. Now, ‘Creatures of Leisure ’is set to bring further success for the dreadlock-wearing members of the band.
The Floating Bridges are touring the UK from 17th July – not be to missed!
July 23rd – Secret Garden Party – Cambridgeshire
July 24th – The Farmers Arms – St. Merryn, Cornwall
July 25th – The Ohana Bar – Newquay, Cornwall
July 26th – The Beach BBQ – Bude, Cornwall
July 29th – Treyarnon Bay YHA – Constantine, Cornwall
July 31st – The Marisco – Woolacombe, Devon
Aug 2nd – Pig and Fiddle – Buttcombe, Bath
Aug 7th – Gaunts House – Dorset
Aug 8th – The Prince Albert – Stroud, Glos
Aug 13th – Mr Wolfs – Bristol
Aug 16th – Boomtown Fair, Winchester
Aug 21st – Cult Cafe – Ipswich