Imagine if Richard Cheese seduced all three of the Andrews Sisters...and each had a little Lounge Baby. The Lounge Kittens would be the scandalous loin-product of that sordid affair. Tuneful, cheeky, glamorous and geeky. They perform unlikely covers in a more unlikely style. Between the three of them their musical tastes span the genres of Rock, Jazz, Punk, Psychobilly, Ragga, Hip Hop, Ska, Pop, Soul, Metal, Dance, House, Grunge...actually pretty much all genres. There is literally no one they wouldn’t cover. Shooting to fame in 2014 with their viral internet video for their cover of ‘Rollin’ by Limp Bizkit, the Kittens then knocked audiences for six at Glastonbury and Sonisphere festivals (among others) and were even invited to open Limp Bizkit's set on the main stage at Sonisphere! In 2015 they took off on a UK and European arena tour with the bad boys of heavy metal Steel Panther and then rampaged through Download Festival, Graspop, Boardmasters and returned to Glastonbury for the second year in a row. From YouTube to Wembley in one nimble leap they keep surprising audiences with their tongue-in-cheek covers, acerbic wit and ability to swear in three-part harmony, proving that they can hold the attention of the heaviest of metal fans armed with just a keyboard and their voices. 2016 saw them release their first full length album ‘Sequins & C-Bombs’ after a wildly successful Pledge Music campaign, sellout the 100 Club on their headline tour, conquer IOW Festival’s Big Top Stage and sell out a run at Edinburgh Fringe with just enough time left to open for Status Quo’s ‘Last Night of the Electrics’ Tour. Now regulars at Download, Glastonbury and IOW Festivals and with new music, new videos and new tour dates coming soon, via a new Pledge Music campaign recently launched for their forthcoming mini-album, it seems there’s no stopping these feisty felines. Ladies and gentlemen, The Lounge Kittens: rock sluts in disguise.