The Vaccines , a band which formed 2010 in London UK . The Band describe their musical influences as …… „…50s rock ‘n’ roll, ’60s garage and girl groups, ’70s punk, ’80s American hardcore, C86 and good pop music.“, When i saw them this year on the Southside Festival i immediately thought , the Ramones entered a time machine and visited us in 2013, amazing .
Here is their song “Wreckin Bar (Ra Ra Ra ) – Hey ho , let´s go !
(the song starts at 3:53, the clip shows the whole gig at Reading Festival )
Echo & the Bunnymen are an English post-punk band, formed in Liverpool in 1978. Here is their song “Killing Moon ”
Reincedentes , a post punk group from Sevilla / Spain founded 1997.
Here is their song “Huracan” , please excuse me , i´m not speaking spanish , can´t offer you more information about them
Siouxsie and the Banshees , founded in 1976 in London were a British rock band. They are considered one of the most important bands of the post-punk and dark wave movement.
Here is their song ” Neferititi – Kiss them for me ”
here also the original video clip
The Fall are an English post-punk band, formed in Prestwich, Greater Manchester in 1976. Despite an ever changing line up, the group essentially consists of its founder and only constant member, Mark E. Smith, who has said “If it’s me and your granny on bongos, then it’s [the] Fall”. First associated with the late 1970s punk movement, the band’s music has evolved through numerous stylistic changes, often concurrently with changes in the group’s membership. The Fall’s music is often characterised by repetition, an abrasive guitar-driven sound, and is always underpinned by Smith’s often cryptic lyrics, described by critic Steve Huey as “abstract poetry filled with complicated wordplay, bone-dry wit, cutting social observations, and general misanthropy.” (wiki )
Cut Copy is a band from Australia , Melbourne formed 2001 (?) . There style is between Post-Punk and New Wave and Electropop…… If you have ever been a victim of mobbing , you wil like the little story of this video – Take me Over !