OVER-SCORE are a UK based, fist-pumping, head-banging, relentless hard rock band with a taste for good beer and loud music.

Raised in working-class Lancashire, frontman Joe Boult leads the band through furious riffs and deafening vocals, harmonised by Ollie Miles’ screeching lead guitar, rooted by Chris Darlington’s snarling bass lines, and glued together by the metronomic force of Oliver Demko on drums.

Their band manager told us:

“[With their] pounding riffs, energetic performances and megaphone solos, not a promotor in the world can come between them, their audience, and their show the way they want it to be”.

The band regularly update their fans on their Facebook  and BandCamp.


The Sheratones

The Sheratones are an indie-pop rock band comprising of four individuals, with plenty of charisma and personality, from Woking. By matching up razor sharp riffs, melodic vocals and rhythmic grooves to create a sound reminiscent of the best of British rock and pop from the 50’s to present.

The Sheratones were described by James Chappell of Get Surrey as:

“Woking Rockers with an anarchic Arctic Monkeys-esque sneer”

The entire band, (all 58 of them!) crammed into a car to connect to us via conference call to take part in Three Match Ban(d)s. Out of Johnny (bassist), Adam (drummer), James (guitarist) and Matt (singer/ guitarist), it was Adam who was nominated the ‘football expert’ of the band. You can Listen Again below to see how he fared up against the clock.

You can keep up to date with the band via Facebook and Twitter.

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Dead Natives


Dead Natives are a 4-piece alternative rock band from Surrey/London, who formed in the summer of 2016. With two singles under their belt, ‘The Love I Have’ and ‘Rollercoaster Scream’ both receiving great reception, and with their debut EP only nine days from release (13-01-2017), Dead Natives have been described as a band to watch out for in 2017.

Frontman Liam joined BOTN to discuss the bands upcoming release and of course, football. You can listen to the full interview below:

The Hollows


The Hollows are a 5-piece rock ‘n’ roll band from Glasgow, comprising of two lead frontmen, a drummer, a bassist and a keyboardist. The band have a reputation for explosive live sets, which has resulted in a loyal local fan base. The Hollows pride themselves on their self-production of songs and videos which too, keeps their fan base ever-growing. Exclusive insights into demos, B-sides and acoustic versions have helped transcend their following outside the local scene and onto social media.

Their diverse range of musical influences include Oasis, The Who, The Jam. Wull told us on the show:

“We’re 90’s born but the 60’s onwards are our major influences”.

Rangers fan and frontman, introduced  debut single Nightly Lately on Back Of The Net. You can listen to the full interview below:

Good Work Watson

Good Work Watson formed in 2014 and are a fast-paced, hard-hitting rock band, from Birmingham.With multifarious influences, the band take inspiration from bands like Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro, Rage Against The Machine, Led Zeppelin and Fall Out Boy, to create a hybrid of melodic punk and old school rock ‘n’ roll.

The band recorded their first demo I Want (Doesn’t Get) in August 2015 which propelled them to the top of the local Reverbnation Alternative chart. Following the demo, the boys have spent the past year writing, and recording their first 3 singles. Leading single Let’s Begin was released just four days ago – Shawn joined us at BOTN to talk about the singles, 2017 plans, and of course, football! You can listen below!


Graces Collide 


Graces Collide are a 4-piece heavy rock band from Brighton, who pride themselves for their live shows and after-partying. Since forming in 2008, the band have found their niche combining high energy riffs with ballads and catchy melodies, with lyrics to suit. Their biggest influences include: Alter Bridge, Killswitch Engage, Led Zeppelin and Guns ‘N’ Roses.

Jurg joined us on Back Of The Net – our first Leeds fan, from Cornwall, living in Brighton! You can listen below:

Ben Thorpe

Best Unsigned Male nominee, at this years UMA’s, and Critics Choice nominee, Ben Thorpe joined us to talk all things singer-song writer and, of course, football!

Ben Thorpe is a British singer-songwriter and Blackburn Rovers fan from Cornwall. His main lyrical influences include The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys and Jamie T. Ben has been a drummer in various bands previously, however confesses he couldn’t depend on the rest of the groups, and therefore opted the solo route, commenting:

“I sound like I should have a band, but I don’t have a band”

Looking ahead to 2017, the dream to get signed, but retain all creative control is the biggest goal on the checklist.  He comments:

“Persist. Keep integrity, but put it out in a way everyone can listen”

Ben will continue to gig and work on post EP material with his management company. You can listen to debut EP here

You can listen to Ben Thorpe on Back Of The Net below. 

The King Zoots

The King Zoots are a mod rock ‘n’ roll band from South London who formed in 2011, and are heavily influenced by the style and swagger of 60’s England, modernist ideas and guitar bands. Their biggest influences include The Who, The Kinks, Small Faces, The Jam and Ray Davis. The band formed under the name Jump The Gun, after a shop in Brighton, however changed their name because there were other bands also using the same name. The band’s debut EP Staring At The Sky was released in 2013, to which their sounds have been described as

“unmistakably British”.

With their lyrical tales of life, characters, escapism and drunken nights, 2016 has brought us more King Zoots material. You can listen here.

Crystal Palace fan and band member, Dave joined us on Back Of The Net, you can listen below.

The Eversons

The Eversons comprise of four New Zealand dudes, fresh off the boat to London. They play a distinctly New Zealand sounding kind of indie rock, influenced by the Modern Lovers, Pulp and Blur, as well as, a bunch of native bands such as The Clean and Split Enz.

Their first release was a self-titled EP release on Lil Chief Records in 2011, which was followed up by a full-length LP called ‘Summer Feeling’. The Eversons’ witty lyrics and catchy melodies are unique and hugely characterising. In 2011, Spindle Magazine described their music as “addictive” and their first EP as

“one of the strongest perfectly crafted E.P.s since The Nerves’ only offering back in ’76, and one of the year’s greatest releases”.

The Eversons’ new album ‘Stuck in New Zealand’ is set to be released at the end of this month, with leading single ‘Good At Making Enemies’ due to make an imminent release.

The band joined us on Back Of The Net to discuss their new album, life in the UK and of course, football! You can listen below.


Crowded Oceans

Crowded Oceans are a 5-piece indie/ alternative rock band from the South East, whose main influences include Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters, Foals and Kasabian. The band comprise of four musical friends from South London, and complete their line up with vocalist, Connor, whom they discovered online. The boys began their journey together earlier this year and have recently released their debut EP Lighthouse, which includes leading single ‘You Hate Me’. BBC Introducing’s Melita Dennet comments

These boys have an ear for a chorus”.

With their killer guitar playing and a front man with a knack for entertaining, their live performances are bursting with raw energy. Back Of The Net joined them for their EP Launch Party prior to their performance on the show, and despite the intimate venue, Crowded Oceans did not hold back, a performance which would suit a festival stage. A spot on set list, with the right mix of indie singalongs and original tracks.

Ready to fight their way through the ‘Crowded Oceans’ of music, the bands material is available to download for free via SoundCloud and is available to stream on Spotify.

You can listen to when Connor joined us on the show below.