Based in Gloucestershire, England, Broken Jaw first came together in mid-2012 when members Nutzie Shelley and Lee Stockwell met at a friend’s house party.
They quickly decided to combine talents and wrote the band’s first four tracks in their bassist’s work warehouse.
After gigging up and down the country for the last 4 years, headlining at many a well-known venue and supporting some established acts, Broken Jaw gained a big reputation for being a “rowdy party band” with the tag line’s “Too Punk to be Metal and too Metal to be Punk” and “Welcome to the #BJParty”.
This has seen Broken Jaw accumulate a vast and ever growing loyal fan base; from fans of all types of genres, across the country and even overseas in Ireland, America, Germany and Norway.
The band (now in their 5th year) is currently recording their debut album Hope with a plan to release it later this year.
Constant Ignorance is accompanied by a hard-hitting video to raise awareness for - and help to stop domestic abuse.
September 1st - The Black Cat in Gloucester
September 9th - The Trap Cellar, The Crown in Bristol
September 16th - The Frog & Fiddle (as part of Frog Fest), Cheltenham