Footprints In The Custard
Russ - Vocals/Ginger
Ian - Bass/Vocals/Production/Questionable Hygiene
Whitty - Guitars/Vocals/Eloquence
Ross - Guitars/Children's Clothing
Five young(ish) gentlemen based in Manchester, continuing to write and perform silly songs about
various bodily functions, outlandish situations and bears.
The music takes the form of fast punky metal songs with lots of riffs, shouting and solos, designed to get folk boogying down and generally wondering why the hell they’re doing it.
It’s all in bad taste and there are mankinis and tutus involved, along with various inflatables and sometimes cream. But it’s a laugh and a few of the band members might even know what they’re doing.
FitC formed in the summer of 2006 and have managed, after a 4 year hiatus, to go unbelievably from strength to strength, with an impressive live show and a back catalogue of two albums, an EP and a Christmas single.
The new album The Descent of Decency is due out early 2016, with a UK tour planned for shortly afterwards.
It just sounds really lovely.
"By far the most disgustingly vile thing I have ever heard. Seriously, what the f**k is wrong with these people! This is just plain wrong, I wouldn't suggest anybody listen to it ever! 10/10" - Scott 'Metalot' Reedy, Metalheart Promotions
"They play an interesting blend of punk and metal that is truly an abomination. I mean that in the best possible way. This is a blight on anything that is good and right and proper, and I think that is exactly what they want it to be." - George Washburn, RockMusicCritic.com
"They are entertaining and the crowd's attitude went from bewilderment to sheer enjoyment. The song quality was equal to their attire, controversial and excellent." - Joe Mckenna, Planetmosh