Brit rock duo LITTLE TRIGGERS Talk Bluesy Influences & Inspiration With Rock ‘N’ Load


Brit rock duo LITTLE TRIGGERS return with a stunning slice of fuzzed-up, blues-infused rock, which is sure to turn heads and ignite the senses. The UK rock ‘n’ rollers will release Burn on Friday 21st August. With all of this in mind, we asked the guys for the tracks that have shaped their sound:

>  Have Love Will Travel

It’s the simplicity of the guitar followed by the wild, raucous  vocals that grab you on this great sixties RnB classic. This song has influenced the vocal styles of some of Rock’s greatest such as Steve Marriott and Robert Plant.

>  Revolution (Remastered 2009)

The introductory scream on this track just sets the scene for an incendiary performance bt the band. Great, brave lyrics with Lennon making a stand against violence juxtaposed with some pulsating guitar work from George.

Led Zeppelin – Rock and Roll HQ

The sheer pace of this song takes your breath away. Also, the way it takes 1950’s Rock n Roll themes and melds them with heavy Rock is just cool.We’re thinking of doing a cover of this just for fun!

Chuck Berry – Roll Over Beethoven (1956)

Quite simply, the first and best. Where Chuck got those riffs from we’ll never know. Stolen by every guitarist ever since. It’s the driving riff combined with great and funny lyrics that just capture you. We strive to get that energy in our live shows.

Nirvana – Come As You Are

This band are a particular influence on our drummer Jay. This track is a masterclass in understated drumming, just laying down a platform for the vocals.

Humble Pie – Black coffee

From the drummer’s favourite to the vocalist’s! The one and only Steve Marriott of Small Faces and Humble Pie. Hard to listen to one of our songs without spotting Steve’s influence on the vocals.This is a favourite of ours.

For more on the band, see –    ||

%d bloggers like this: