There's a smooth, dark, harshness about Dirty Falcon, three seasoned rock n rollers coated in a tar that has long since been mistaken for leather. Bitterness, resentment, rebellion moulded into dark humour pumps through the veins of their music.

The three protagonists, Chris Carr, Martin Inman and Greg Baker form a solid unit built on friendship, camaraderie and experience. Carr's vocals cut like the ghost of a long dead 70's punk, Inman's guitar squeals like the surviving member of a band killed in a plane crash and Baker's drums explode like he's pounding them with the recently exhumed bones of John Bonham.

The band formed theoretically at the Green Man Festival in 2010 but didn’t really start making a noise until 2012 when drunken ideas became a reality and they started cutting their teeth on the London circuit. Relentless rehearsing, a tour of the UK, two short tours in the Czech Republic and several recording sessions saw them cut their first vinyl in early 2016 which they released under there own label Dirty Bird Records and was picked up by US label Factory Fast Recordings.