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Bexatron


Bexatron

London based glam rock artists are announcing the release of their new single ‘Trash’, soon to be accompanied by a video produced by MHG Music Videos.

 ‘Trash’ is the second release from their album ‘Hey You’ which launched in November 2018 with their first single ‘Dirty Disco’ receiving both critical acclaim and national radio rotation in the UK, Canada and US.

 What began as a song with love as a theme, evolved into a hard-hitting track that speaks to what many now loathe, about modern society; the challenges of daily life, relationships both good and bad and the evils of manufacturing and multinational corporations. They all find their way into the trash and leave most of us trashed.

 Bexatron have built a hard-core following of dedicated fans who celebrate the mix between the 80’s rock icons and the solid dose of post punk provocation.

 Well known as a ’must see’ live band, their recordings lose none of the energy that they deliver on stage and their new single, ‘Trash’ will not disappoint.

Born out of the spirit of Bruno’s Café in the heart of SoHo, Bexatron have been ‘giving it back’ to London ever since. Home of The Marquee Club, The Ship Pub, Bruno’s Cafe and the St Moritz Club, London’s infamous Wardour Street has created an edge that has resulted in some of the best music to come out of the United Kingdom for a generation.

​As one of London’s most exciting new talents, Bexatron have been drawing critical acclaim across the UK.

 Recognized for their high energy performances, original material that draws on influences from Blondie to the punk bands of the 80’s and their dedication to a growing fan base, Bexatron appeal to music lovers from the college market to ’boomers’ who are loyal to the band’s music which is both unique and fresh.

​Vocalist BeXXX, lead guitarist Greg Paco Radcliffe, bassist Adam Adorjan and drummer Belle Star create a live experience ensuring that fans never leave a show  disappointed.

​Over the past two years Bexatron have toured extensively playing both headline shows and supporting such well known acts as Republica, The Blockheads and Maxiimo Park. Their festival appearances have included Camden Rocks, Loud in London and the Punk n’ Roll Festival.

Bexatron – I’m Trash

Bexatron – Dirty Disco

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Band/Artist location – London England
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