MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP reveal new video for single ‘Lollipops’ and more live dates

MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUTUP return with new single release ‘Lollipops’, the second single to be taken from the bands recent EP release, ‘Shutup’.

“‘Lollipops’ was written as the bombs started to rain down on Syria and children’s bodies started washing up on our shores. The song is a reflection of the band’s anger towards those who are bombing innocents daily.” states vocalist Millie Manders.

The video for the single was premiered on The Digital Fix earlier this week and can be watched and shared here below..

The band’s new material has already been aired and championed on John Kennedy’s Radio X Show. John declared his love for the new material stating; “I knew she was a star!”.

‘Lollipops’ is a marriage of pop punk and ska punk with soaring vocals and some raw lyrics as the bands declare their political perspective. For fans of No Doubt, Capdown and Skindred MILLIE MANDERS AND THE SHUP have gained a reputation  for their high energy live performances, ballsy material and will see 2018 out the only way they know how to by playing to as many crowds as possible on the run up to Christmas.

Live Dates:
30th – The 1865, Southampton w/ Dub Pistols
1st – Fighting Cocks, Kingston
7th – The Harp Restrung, Folkestone
8th – Blueberry, Norwich
13th – Portland Arms, Cambridge
14th – Smokehouse, Ipswich
15th – Voodoo Lounge, Stamford
21st – Alma Inn, Bolton
22nd – The Bobbin, Lancaster
23rd – The Fulford Arms, York

‘Shutup’ (EP) is out now.


Millie Manders – Vocals, Ukulele & Alto Saxophone
Lewis Slater – Guitar
Matt Munford – Bass
Alessandro Vitiello (Ale) – Drums
George Alan – Trumpet
Dom Walker – Tenor Saxophone

For all press enquiries please contact: Steph Knight @ Domino PR

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