Pirates of Radio is an original music project created by four artists who have never met during this process. Expect the unexpected. 

A unique music project started back in 2017 by 4 musicians all living in different parts of the world (UK, Dubai, Thailand).  

The guys  have never been in a room together or made eye contact, and create collaboratively only via whatsapp and the cloud. They write and record all their music in their own remote studio setups - a riff or melody will be shared, a beat added, a bass riff tested, lyrics written and this process will repeat until finally birth is given to a new creation. 

The band pioneered the remote creative collaboration model long before Covid made it the new normal, and they've now refined their craft into a well-oiled creative machine. 

progressive / experimental / MELODIC  

Pirates of Radio is an experimental project - no creative limits or boundaries are set. That said, a common style and energy is emerging - progressive rock with definite anthemic pop sensibilities, tunes that get you to think and then dance... The name Pirates of Radio has its origins in the story of the British Rock & Roll pirates in the 60s, and the band have the same goal - spreading their tunes across the airwaves, no matter what. 

Pirates of Radio have released 6 singles to date -  BEEHIVE RIOT (2020), SWAN SONGS (2020), GLOW (2020), PREY (2021) and PARASITE (Acoustic/Original double release - 2021). 

The band continues to push their creative boundaries experimenting with more industrial and electronic elements. New double single PARASITE and industrial rock monster FIGHT (releasing Dec 2021) are perfect examples of this exciting progression.

Check them out on all the social channels @piratsofradio (links above) for all the latest info

latest news

The guys are back with 3 epic new singles!

05.11 - PARASITE (Acoustic) > OUT NOW
19.11 - PARASITE (Original) > OUT NOW + Check out the lyric video below!
03.12 - FIGHT > OUT NOW + Check visualiser video below!

Not to be missed! 

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