Screw Houston Bio:
Screw Houston are a Dutch punk rock band based between Utrecht and Brabant. The band formed in 2009 as a post-hardcore group, changing their sound a few years down the line as it headed down an anthemic, alternative punk rock path which takes its cues from modern day greats such as Foo Fighters, Hot Water Music and The Menzingers.
Over the course of their ten year existence, the band have performed live throughout the Western Europe region, sharing stages with the likes of Zebrahead, Death by Stereo, Touche Amore, Fucked Up, The Travoltas, John Coffey, Trade Wind and I Against I. The band also made appearances at Jera on Air, Festival de Beschaving, Klomppop, Breda
Barst and Eurosonic Noorderslag, the latter of these as part of a showcase in conjunction with White Russian Records.
In 2016, Screw Houston released the well-received single All Rise, which was taken from the Like Fighting Snakes EP. The band subsequently went on to perform more than 40 shows during 2017 and 2018, making a solid mark on the Dutch punk scene which laid the foundations for an exciting future.