Audio Bullys – Higher Than The Eiffel

An eclectic mash of styles

‘Higher Than The Eiffel’ comes four years after Audio Bullys’ second album, ‘Generation’. Four years that, say the duo, Simon Franks and Tom Dinsdale, by their own admittance lost their way following the massive success of the Nancy Sinatra-sampling ‘Shot You Down’.

Following a few false starts the lads decide to stay true to themselves and created an album for their mates, resulting in this third long-player. Drawing on a cast of helpers, most notably Madness’ Suggs and Mike Barson, the album boasts their usual eclectic mash of styles, all held together under the Audio Bullys flag.


Words by Nick Annan

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