Hailing from different ends of Scotland, Pizza Crunch couple an 80s post-punk strut with glimpses of noughties nonchalance. Infectious guitar riffs and a relentless rhythm section accentuate lyricism, which, moves between the obnoxiously wry and the potently gloomy. The blend of influences result in compelling verses culminating in melodic and expressive hooks.
After only a brief time together, the band have headlined the renowned Glasgow club night Club Sabbath as well as played to a sold-out King Tuts. The band also recently played a sold-out headline show at Glasgow's Hug and Pint, as well as a inner-city festival in Rotterdam.. Each track they have released has received increasingly laudative attention from blogs, radio stations and promoters with the groups’ music finding itself on BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio.
Prompt lyrical commentary that veers from the elucidation of sombre hedonism to
trivialising the emotionally painful, along with distinct, novel guitar lines and a driving
rhythm section make Pizza Crunch one of Glasgow’s most exciting exports.