Andrew McGibbon Jr – guitar, vocals
Chris McMullan – Drums
Folk Art & The Death Of Electric Jesus is the long awaited new album from Belfast based punk blues duo The Bonnevilles. They have earned a reputation as one of the most incendiary live acts in the country. Their sound is described as Hound Dog Taylor and RL Burnside using Black Sabbath’s equipment. Formed in 2008 they quickly recorded their debut album Good Suits & Fightin’ Boots. The following years saw them tour all over Europe and play shows with T Model Ford, Scott H Biram, Bob Log III, The Black Diamond Heavies, Kid Congo and Pete Molinari.
As good as the bands debut was and is this new record will surely see them lifted a few rungs on the ladder!
- 2016: Arrow Pierce My Heart
- 2014: Tape Saturation Overdrive, Live In Belfast
- 2012: Folk Art And The Death Of Electric Jesus
- 2010: Good Suits And Fightin Boots
Rick Saunders – Deep Blues Blog
New The Bonnevilles album is still knocking me out. ’08s Good Suits and Fightin’ Boots was a great heads-up but this is exceptional. You want.