Fast, energetic ska-punk... for those who like to get wasted and dance around like a twat... pretty much sums it up.
Press To continue was originally formed to play only one gig, a garden party for a friend... So we got together, learned as many covers as we could cram into our brains in the few practises that we had and played the gig. It was a f***ing triumph and personal to me (tom, guitarist) as it was my first ever gig! So... we decided to make it into a bigger thing. One year, a completely original setlist, 2 extra members and a festival gig later, here we present to you the shiny, ska-tastic PTC that can be seen today! Enjoy! p.s. did i really just say ska-tastic?
Have you performed in front of an audience?
Yeah, our last gig was at rhythms of the world, wher we actullay had quite a nice big stage to play on :D Mostly anywhere in Hertfordshire really. Do i like it? what kinda stupid question is that... Ofc we do! it's probably the main reason we do this to see people enjoying what we have created whilst jumping around like a maniac is just the best feeling! Special moments? hmmm... RoTW, Joe randomly having a panic attack on stage one night :S Tim jumping off a table and accidently kneeing a friend in the face whilst fracturing his own knee XD Having minimal damage sing with us on our last song at a Tavern gig whilst people skanking around us hahaha, yeah, there's a few 'special' moments XD
Your musical influences
Reel Big Fish, Rancid, Operation Ivy, The Specials, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Dance Hall Crashers, No Doubt, Bowling for Soup, MU330, The Chinkies, No 1 Station, Green Day, The Offspring, NOFX, Less Than Jake, Blink 182, Mad Caddies, Sublime, Lily Allen, and loads more......
What equipment do you use?