Both ‘Up The Creyke’ and ‘The Kinky EP of Sex’ place bitter and satirical political complaints alongside laments of unrequited love, and virtually everything else one might expect to find in between.
What is possibly most engaging about Miss Bromley is their desire to react against, yet simultaneously to be a part of, the music mainstream. Whether or not they will make it, most of those who have witnessed the Miss Bromley experience at the likes of London’s The Verge and the Bull & Gate, will agree that both musically and lyrically, Miss Bromley deserve to be an established part of the indie pop scene.
What is the most unique thing about your band?
We’re completely derivative.
What has been your biggest inspiration (musical or otherwise)?
What other bands do you sound like?
Ah, y’know… Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci, the Smiths, Blur, Love, Saloon…
What’s your attitude towards mainstream music at the moment?
We want to be part of it. Desperately.
How does the band go about writing its songs?
We write the chords, tune and lyrics, and then argue (I mean jam).
Where do you see the band in a year’s time?
Playing the Bull & Gate in Kentish Town, fingers crossed!
How would you describe your band’s sound?
Eclectic blend of indie-pop.
Anything else you want to tell us?