Fight Like Apes

Formed 2006.
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Fight Like Apes - Jake Summers

Live from the Stiff Kitten in Belfast, Fight Like Apes rattle through the cracking Jake Summers.

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Biography

Fight Like Apes (also referred to as FLApes or FLA) are an Irish alternative rock band formed in Dublin in 2006.

Their current members are Mary-Kate "MayKay" Geraghty (vocals and synth), Jamie "Pockets" Fox (keyboard and vocals), Conor Garry (bass), Lee Boylan (drums) and Frog Cullen (a half man, half frog being accidentally created by Mary in her secret underground lab, during one of her frequent attempts at creating the formula for the perfect latte! Known for his snappy dress sense and upbeat attitude, The band is also rumored to have adopted the following slogan in preparation for their each gig/concert "We are the apes, and the apes fight together!". Original members Adrian Mullan (drums) and Tom Ryan (bass) left the band in 2010. They are known for their elongated record titles, usually inspired by B movies. They have released two EPs, How Am I Supposed to Kill You If You Have All the Guns? and David Carradine is a Bounty Hunter Whos Robotic Arm Hates Your Crotch (both in 2007), and two albums, Fight Like Apes and the Mystery of the Golden Medallion (2008) and The Body of Christ and the Legs of Tina Turner (2010). In 2009, they released an EP for the American market titled You Filled His Head with Fluffy Clouds and Jolly Ranchers, What Did You Think Was Going to Happen?.

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  1. Review of The Body of Christ and the Legs of Tina Turner

    The Body of Christ and the Legs of Tina Turner 2011

    Reviewed by Jen Long
    Twelve gloriously penned pieces of unadulterated pop.
  2. Review of Fight Like Apes And The Mystery Of The Golden Medallion

    Fight Like Apes And The Mystery Of The Golden Medallion 2009

    Reviewed by Keira Burgess
    Performed with the personality with which it is imbued.