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Northern Ireland rockers The Bonnevilles are renowned for both their incendiary live shows and soulful song-writing skills. Their music is full of heart, smart, and always fun. On “Dirty Photographs”, their second studio album for Alive, they display their love for gritty blues, primitive rock n’roll and Irish folk.

“Simply a band that needs to be on any rock fans radar regardless of where you stand sub-genre wise.” – NO DEPRESSION

  • April 7 @ Het Spektakel — Asten, NL
  • April 10 @ Tvornica Kulture — Zagreb, HR
  • April 11 @ Foxtrot — Novi Sad, RS
  • April 12 @ Mixtape — Sofia, BG
  • April 13 @ Post-Culture Stage — Plovdiv, BG
  • April 14 @ Fusion Club — Kladovo, RS
  • April 15 @ KC Grad — Belgrade, RS
  • April 18 @ Spazio Ligera — Milan, IT
  • April 20 @ Le Galion — Lorient, FR
  • April 21 @ La Scène Michelet — Nantes, FR

The group carries on their signature sound with a hint of lo-fi 1960s rock, reminiscent of groups like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. – PASTE MAGAZINE

Self-annointed a garage, punk, blues outfit like an arrow piercing my very own heart, lovers of heavy licks and head knockin’ back beats need apply in droves. McGibbon’s song writing is never suspect, influenced from those before yet soaked and steadily glazed in a brine of “cheap beer and buckfast” as well as personal stories, characters, and fore-warnings. Simply a band that needs to be on any rock fans radar regardless of where you stand sub-genre wise, you want to dance and feel like a bad ass at the same time, spin this record on your turntable and turn it up well past your comfort zone. – Scott Zuppardo / FULL NO DEPRESSION REVIEW HERE

Sometimes less truly is more as the two-person band set-up of the Bonnevilles allows each musician to shine as well as showcase their prodigious musical talents. Meanwhile, the music rings raw and true and full of heart. – POPMATTERS



“Arrow Pierce My Heart” is a brilliant record, one that is surprisingly diverse, and whilst it might never be described as “suitable for children’s parties”, the soundtrack to your next sleepless night with your own darkest secrets running through your head never sounded better. – Andy Thorley / MAXIMUM VOLUME

The Bonnevilles Classic Rock Blues review
8/10 review from The BLUES Magazine

While the Bonnevilles boast good, gritty technique, McGibbon is also a solid vocalist and songwriter, and there’s a greater depth to his tales of woe than most of his peers deliver. The Bonnevilles sound tight and naturalistic on these sessions, which have a fine sense of space, and the duo is smart enough not to overdo their sense of menace. – Mark Deming/ALL MUSIC

A bruising, powerful and eclectic long-player full of invention that grows and grows with repeated listens. – CHORD BLOSSOM

The Bonnevilles Classic Rock review