So Cal’s Bite Me Bambi Announce Short Run Of Midwest Shows

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Earshot Media*

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So Cal’s Bite Me Bambi Announce Short Run of Midwest Shows
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Orange County, CA ska/pop/punk faves Bite Me Bambi are hitting the road for a short run of shows in the midwest. The mini-tour includes two shows with legendary ska band The Slackers. See dates below.

Nov 11 Ann Arbor, MI The Blind Pig (w/ The Slackers & The Freecoasters)

Nov 12 Indianapolis, IN Melody Inn (‘Punk Rock Night’ w/ Coolidge and Kleaner)

Nov 13 Chicago, IL Reggie’s Rock Club (‘Slack Fest’, w/ The Slackers, Boomtown United, The Operators and DJ Chuck Wren) Tickets

In other news, Bite Me Bambi had the honor of working with the great Lee “Scratch” Perrry on a remix of the band’s 2020 single “Crazy,” which sadly was the last project Perry worked on before his untimely death on August 29, 2021. The remix, along with a brand new cover of Lee’s “Police & Thieves” will be released on limited edition vinyl in 2022. The vinyl will be out in Spring 2022 on Stay Free Recordings and features artwork by Shepard Fairey and Dennis Morgan.

Fans can also tune in to Bite Me Bambi’s fast-growing Twitch Channel, where the band does three shows a week. 

Watch Bite Me Bambi’s latest video, a cover of “Our Lips Are Sealed”, here:

Frontwoman Thalena Chikami is also featured on a cover of the Kenny Rogers/Dolly Parton song “Islands In The Stream” with Reel Big Fish/The Littles Man Band’s Scott Klopefenstein.

Watch the “Islands In The Stream” video here:
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“…some of the most undeniable songs in modern ska-punk. They don’t shy away from big power pop hooks and almost any of their songs sound like they could’ve been hits in the ’90s, but they’re never overly polished or overly retro. Bite Me Bambi just have that intangible special something where — once you click play — it doesn’t really matter who they might sound like or how they compare to other bands or anything else. The songs are just undeniable.”- BROOKLYNVEGAN
About Bite Me Bambi:

Bite Me Bambi brings sounds reminiscent of British 2 Tone and 3rd wave ska into the 21st century. With energetic songs and masterful musicianship, BMB gets the crowd on their feet and dancing. Comprised of members from some of your favorite ska bands (My Superhero, Save Ferris, Starpool), this new group breathes fresh life to a genre that may have originated in Jamaica and honed in Britain, but was perfected in the haze, blight, glamour, and beauty of Southern California.


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