TRASHED formed when Jimmy, Sam and Ben were all peeing side by side in a public bathroom. Their streams hitting the bowl all perfectly harmonised, so they did what anyone would and started a band.
TRASHED worked with Neil D. Kennedy, producer for Milk Teeth, Creeper and Boston Manor, to cultivate the sound for their arsenal of stripped back, catchy, 90s inspired punk rock songs filled with neck breaking riffs and throat shredding melodies.
TRASHED’s sound is the sticky mess you get from boiling down years of being mesmerised by Kerrang! and Scuzz when bands like Green Day and Sum 41 were owning the show and mix that with vegetarianism, feeling disenfranchised and dealing with anxiety.
Brand new singles 'Charlie Sheen' & 'Isn't That Cute' out now.