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This alternative punkish band are a powerhouse of talent and energy, electrifying audiences with their high energy stage performance. Queen Dogs are the first young band formed at Queens Road Studio in May 2017. Ewan, the original lead vocalist, was joined by Sybbie, drummer and song writer in June 2018 - they ARE Queen Dogs. The current line-up is a four piece with guitarist Teddy and Bass player Red - cool names, great musicians. Despite being an average age of 16 they have been playiing for seven years, it’s no wonder these amazing up-and-coming rock stars pack a punch! Queen Dogs have mixed up a potion of influences to create their signature style.

In 2021 at the under 18 Cambridge Band Comp they won a place to play on the Central Stage at Strawberry Fair by coming second overall in the competition. In 2023 the were nominated for a NMG Award, and 2022 at BurySOUND, they won the ‘Rising Star’ award, opening many pathways for their future, including playing with bigger bands like Collars, Fraser Morgan and The Meffs. They were interviewed live on BBC Introducing, before their music was then featured on air; Angelle from BBC Music Introducing was quoted saying:-

“So much talent I can’t contain myself!... I’m enjoying watching their journey!... they are a powerhouse, full of talent, full of energy… you NEED to go and see them!’

December 2023 the did a minitour of East Anglian celebrate the release of The Drop. In 2023 they released double A Side single featuring ‘I Can’t Resist’ and ‘Mental Chewing Gum’ which was played on BBC Introducing. The official release is 30th March 2023 both digitally and in the form of 10 limited edition, double-sided vinyls. Plus, they have lots more gigs booked this year, including Cambridge Junction, Headlining BurySOUND and Strawberry Fair’s new Revolting Youth stage.'

Their kick-arse with their original songs, with the support of QRS, has written.  Their first song, a Joy Division cover, went global on social media leading to Keith Allen asking to book them on his stage, at Latitude 2020 (unfortunately cancelled).

Queen Dogs recorded their demo YOU SUCK in tricky outdoor conditions due to lock down.

"The day was brilliantly started with bands from Queens Road Rock School, Queen Dogs showed vast confidence beyond the years playing covers of One Way or Another and a great cover of Transmission by Joy Division"   bythemusicblog42 May 6, 2018


The old line-up but we like this so we have kept it here!
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