"Blending the styles of Americana with the UK British Indie scene to deliver a refreshing cocktail of original music" -
Gasfoodlodging are based in Sutton Coldfield, UK. Influenced by Chuck Prophet, The Kinks, Iggy Pop, Bob Dylan, The Velvet Underground, Jimi Hendrix, Jesus & the Mary Chain, Pete Doherty etc.
Their debut LP "Blue Collar Rain" (which is now a collectors item following a limited release) was released in May 2017. (Album of The Month) RGG Magazine. Review Here: cutt.ly/Krcu4XG
Their 2nd album "All Trashed Out" was released in April 2019.
Reviewed as "Album of the Year" in Ryan's Guide Magazine for Birmingham & the West Midlands. Review here: bit.ly/2Wicmtp
Available to purchase:
Please visit the blog section of this website for other reviews as well as interviews with Dave Griffiths, the band's founder.
"Arguably, All Trashed Out by Gasfoodlodging is one of the most important albums in British Music. An Incredible Release!"
- Nick J Townsend, Ryans Gig Guide, June 2019
"This is an outstanding album by Gasfoodlodging! All Trashed Out is as tasty as a Christmas dinner with all the trimmings, its positively delectable"
- Michael Lord, Pushpowerpromo, May 2019
"All Trashed Out" is British fused Indie/Americana at its glorious best. Closer to The Clash than say the Artic Monkeys but fans of both would enjoy this!
- Jake Felton, Gypsysoulentertainment, June 2019
"Gasfoodlodging have delivered a new release here that is full to the brim of unique musical charm and character. It's the best Indie guitar album I've heard come out of Birmingham since Moseley Shores by Ocean Colour Scene"
- Amanda Summers, beardedmagazine.com, June 2019
"Blue Collar Rain is a highly impressive debut album. It's a wonderful raw blend of Americana splattered with British influence. With the songwriting delights and expressive guitar playing talent of Dave Griffiths at their helm, they comfortably stick out from the current crowd. - Daniel Simmons, vision music promotions. June 2017
"Blue Collar Rain" by Gasfoodlodging - Album of the Month, May 2017, RGG Magazine. bit.ly/2KUHvw8