Audio Bullys Biography
Simon Franks and Tom Dinsdale, who come from West London, ENGLAND, are the members of this Electro-Pop project. Franks grew up playing piano, guitar and drums from an early age, discovering sampler later, he performed as a DJ playing Jungle, House and Garage in pirate raves; Dinsdale at the age of 17 was resident-DJ at London club Milk N' 2 Sugars.
In June 2003 Audio Bullys released their first full-length disc, "Ego War", which debuted inside the U.K. Top 20 Albums chart and spawned two U.K. top 40 singles including 100 XR's minor hit "The Things".
The duo released their sophomore effort, "Generation", in October 2005; despite the album barely sneaked into the British top 40 chart, it ironically generated their biggest worldwide hit, "Shot You Down", the track features vocal samples of Nancy Sinatra from her rendition of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" penned by Sonny Bono.
Over four years after the release of their previous album, Audio Bullys return with "Higher Than The Eiffel". Rave anthems injected with the energy of House and breaks are layered with heavy guitar sounds, as heard on the lead single "Only Man".