Artist info

Genre

Roots


Sounds like

Johnny Cash, Wagons, The Johnnys, The Stray Cats


band members

Pete Cullen Rupert Jenner Matt Eves Damon Joel


Influences

1950's Rock N Roll


Website

Bio

P.C. & THE Biffs Debut Single
"Deadman’s Bones" is the latest single by Brisbane band P.C. & The Biffs. The message of Deadman’s Bones is pretty simple as front man Pete Cullen explains - "If you have ever been outlawed, downtrodden, kicked out, ripped off, told you would never amount to anything, been treated like you don’t exist or simply been told in a manner of words that you are a no good son of a bitch, well now you have a redemption anthem."

"Like a good old fashion western movie, "Deadman’s Bones" is about climbing a steep dark mountain in a storm and surviving God’s wrath when even the devil wasn’t brave enough to leave hell. It’s about being out numbered in a gunfight, but with composure, and a glint in the eye, taking out the villains one by one." It’s about riding back into town at sunset after victory, staring the nay-sayers in the eye." Continues Cullen.
P.C & The Biffs formed in 2014 when Songwriter Pete Cullen (The Daybridges, Rockwiz), Rupert Jenner and Matt Eves where asked to do a impromptu show at the iconic Brisbane venue Leftys Old Time Music Hall. One of the punters on the night described their performance as "like being punched in the face by some good ol’ Rock ‘N’ Roll". From there The Biffs where born. Their common love of Old Time Country, 1950s Rhythm & Blues, Rock ’N’ Roll, and 1960s soul were the foundation blocks in forming. When Cullen asked long time mate Damon Joel (Busby Marou, Sahara Beck) to join them on drums the band took on the persona of a 1970’s super group.

Between them, the band have performed on every major stage and festival across Australia and supported the likes of You Am I, Spiderbait, Steve Earl, Zac brown Band, Kasey Chambers and The Beach Boys, to name a few! 2017 is set to be busy year for songwriter Pete Cullen as he is releasing two albums side-by-side in August - P.C. & the Biffs’, ‘One Way In’ and a solo album under his own name called ‘No Way Out’.

To celebrate the release, P.C And The Biffs' will be playing at The Triffid in Brisbane on April 21st for Wide Open Road A Celebration Of Australian Music.