28 – 30 Jun 2013, Worthy Farm, Pilton
Bite The Buffalo
Bite The Buffalo
Fri 28 Jun 2013 BBC Introducing Stage
Supported by BBC Introducing in the West

Bite The Buffalo are brothers Miti and Stof Goneos, who grew up in the mining towns of The Copperbelt, Zambia before basing their musical assault on a wider audience in the UK. Their output is pretty prolific too with their Bromigos EP of 2012 quickly followed by their debut album Blue Lips in February 2013.

Influenced by the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, The Black Keys and the more vintage sounds of The Kinks and Led Zeppelin, the duo make a beefy rock ‘n’ roll racket characterised by fuzzy bluesy riffs and vocals that howl and bark with delight. It’s fast, sometimes furious and always fun.

Bite The Buffalo are brothers Miti and Stof Goneos, who grew up in the mining towns of The Copperbelt, Zambia before basing their musical assault on a wider audience in the UK. Their output is pretty prolific too with their Bromigos EP of 2012 quickly followed by their debut album Blue Lips in February 2013.

Influenced by the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, The Black Keys and the more vintage sounds of The Kinks and Led Zeppelin, the duo make a beefy rock ‘n’ roll racket characterised by fuzzy bluesy riffs and vocals that howl and bark with delight. It’s fast, sometimes furious and always fun.

Set List on BBC Introducing Stage on 28 Jun 2013 at Worthy Farm, Pilton

Kind Hearted Woman
Should Know Better
Tell Me What The Dead Folk Know
I Get Down And Around