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Bombay Show Pig returns!

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Right off the bat, the spirited on-stage chemistry between Mathias Janmaat and Linda van Leeuwen became something special - emanating the kind of gusto we only see in today's finest two-way rock outfits. A magical synergy, boosted by Janmaats penchant for writing well-crafted, off the wall pop melodies and Van Leeuwens whimsical energy behind the drums . After starting out as a supposed one-and-done conservatory project, Dutch duo Bombay Show Pig has steadily sculpted their compact and crisp garage blueprint into a vibrant collage of catchy rock tunes.

The result is debut LP 'Vulture/Provider', recorded at Kytopia - Utrecht's quintessential candyland for musicians. With producer Simon Akkermans (C-Mon & Kypski) at the helm and Eli Janney (Girls Against Boys, The Rapture) providing mixing duties, Bombay Show Pig finally has a body of work to match their well-earned live reputation. Meanwhile, Mathias and Linda continue to rock fans home and abroad into a stupor, their musical boundaries persistently expanding as we speak.

"The last brick's laid and it's open for all.'"

Bombay Show Pig is:

Mathias Janmaat - Vocals, guitars, samples, effects
Linda van Leeuwen - Vocals, drums, percussion, samples, keyboards

Bombay Show Pig will be performing at the Dutch Impact Party at Culture Collide and Culture Collide CMJ alongside Jacco Gardner on the 18th of October.

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