In the wave of new artists scoring GRAMMY nominations for the first time on Wednesday, none of them sound like Bones UK. The trio from London have grabbed the attention of Rock fans around the world with a mix of dance and danger, unafraid to speak truth to power with sinister synths and buzzsaw guitars. Now they have also grabbed the attention of the Recording Academy, landing a nomination for Best Rock Performance.
Formed just five years ago, Bones UK caught fire across a couple of singles and released their debut self-titled album in July. On it you’ll find “Pretty Waste,” the strutting and shredding song that has made them a part of music’s biggest night.
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The band joined us for a more intimate, stripped down version of the GRAMMY nominated “Pretty Waste” and we’re happy to report that it rocks just as hard up close and personal.
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