“.... be amazed, the band surprises us a lot live! Vitality and great freshness, sounding very current but without losing an ounce of the irreverence of 77. Great themes in a line of Buzzcocks and The Undertones, sometimes bordering on power pop. They always played in high rotation a lineup of twenty songs, where they mixed the old classics like "Teenage Treats", "She Made Magic" or "Can't Wait 'Til 78" with new songs like "Punk Prayer", "Love In 2 Chords" or "Ohh Baby". Yes, it was good and the old ones surprised.” - Luís Rattus
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A fantastic opportunity to see The Wasps in, Fuengirola live at Bonnets, Fuengirola Puerto deportivo, Fuengirola, Spain Saturday 22nd October 2022. FREE ENTRY, so get there early!! The Wasps, established in 1976 are one of London's first power pop punk bands. Performing songs from their Punkyronics Plus album and from the new album Punk Prayer. Reviews. "Teenage Treats" "Great record" Bob Geldof, guest revier, NME. "THE WASPS" - "Excellent" - John Peel, BBC Radio 1,John Peel Sessions.
“I think the album is magnificent. I think they (the songs) are all hits and that the public we usually target with the releases on our label, Family Spree will really like it. ("Los temas del disco y me parece magnífico. Como le comenté a él, creo que son todo hits y que pueden gustar mucho al público al que habitualmente nos dirigimos con los lanzamientos de nuestro sello, ").” - Family Spree Recordings, Spain
“Still fronting The Wasps is their original singer songwriter Jesse Lynn-Dean, who at the very least penned a throwback classic in Punk Prayer opener "It Don’t Matter To Me". An impressive turn to form, like The Wasps haven’t skipped a beat.” - Niek album reviewer from Add To Want List
“..twelve new songs of catchy and melodic punk, humming choruses and lots of fun. Twelve potential singles that hook you at first, entertain and make you sweat live, taking you back to 70s punk made in the UK” - Rafa García-Moreno
“There's plenty of catchy choruses, lots of melody and you'll want to jump around.” - Mick Fletcher