Finally, a rock ‘n’ roll band is here to reignite today’s music scene. This disgruntled, bored generation are crying out for a band that has got something to say, whose songs they can relate to, a band to represent them. There hasn’t been anyone with such conviction since The Clash. Enter Krakatoa. Hailing from south east London, they have built up a devoted following who sing along to every word with unbridled passion. Influenced by all of the great music down the decades, Krakatoa’s sound is raw yet diverse. Reminiscent of The Beatles, The Kinks, and The Clash, Krakatoa effortlessly cross over genres, whilst still maintaining their unique rock ‘n’ roll sound. Five best mates who share a real camaraderie, you can hear it in their songs and feel it when they perform live on stage. Their debut single ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Revolution’ was released in the summer of 2009 and was followed by the Beatlesque, instant classic 'Fat Cats', coupled with live favourite 'Psychedelic City', which tied in with an eighteen date UK tour, in support of Alabama 3.