Acoustic Punk Rock With Celtic Influences
Sometimes I just want to play angry music about how fucked up the world is.
Sometimes I just want to play fun songs about my family, my friends, and our lives.
No Murder No Moustache is both.
Sometimes acoustic, sometimes not, ALWAYS PUNK. | Weithiau Cymraeg hefyd (ond WASTAD PYNC)
I've been busy in 2020. A new EP is coming in 2021 too.
The Post-Brexit Xmas Party
Release date: Dec 1st 2020
The Post-Brexit Xmas Party is a festive bilingual 2-track mixing folk punk and classic christmas song styles, and oozes diy xmas no 1 potential from all sides (if it were not for the lack of sausage roll based rhymes). We've also done some fancy anti-brexit xmas cards to go along with it.
- The Post-Brexit Xmas Party
- Teimlad Nadolig
All releases are available from the following platforms:
Hold My Beer - from the Hold My Beer EP
[Serial] Killer Product Placements - from the Creepy Whisper 2-track
Sometimes you just want to stand on a stage and play songs about how fucked up everything is. There's nothing in it that people don't already know, but connections are made through shared understanding that although things are bad, we aren't alone.
No Murder No Moustache fuses anti-establishment punk rock with celtic acoustic sounds. On one hand you can expect songs about bad governments, anti-facism, coming together to fight injustice, mental health struggles, people who died too young, and retrospective terrible life decisions. On the other hand this is broken up by songs about video games, being intimated by teenagers at the skate park, drinking beer, and trying not to be a poser.
No Murder No Moustache is Owen Crawford, who has attempted to balance being in bands with real life for the last 15 years. Owen has played in Metal, Punk, and Rock bands based around South Wales, depped for other bands, and toured the UK and parts of Europe.
On record, No Muder No Moustache uses a plethora of instruments and guest backing vocalists.
At live shows No Murder No Moustache ranges from lone acoustic guitar and vocal, to multi-sample triggering building up a sonic experience that goes beyond an angry man with a guitar, whilst maintaining the raw authenticity and emotion that is apparent in each song.