Mammal Not Fish


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Mammal Not Fish’ are a fresh four piece Ska/Funk Originals band from Norwich, who formed late 2015. They consist of Davey Whales, James ‘Peach’ Maas, Benji Parker and Joe Greenacre. Their sound has been described as a mix between ‘RHCP’, ‘Sublime’ and ‘Less than Jake’ They released their debut EP ‘Wake up’ to a sell-out audience in the summer of 2016 – Outline Magazine reviewed the EP and gave it a staggering 9/10.

‘This is music that will get under your skin and force you to move, and every song is an ear worm, with catchy riffs and sing-a-long choruses.’
Between 2016 and 2018 they have been played a large number of high profile Festivals playing to crowds well in the thousands as well as a number of venues and have supported the likes of ‘The Dub Pistols’, ‘Lucy Spraggan’ and ‘Neville Staple’.
The energetic, Ska influenced Single ‘When I’m Dead’, released 5th March 2018 was picked up straight away by BBC Introducing and achieved thousands of streams worldwide within the first four weeks of release and was single of the week on a number of radio stations around the world.

Their 2nd EP ‘Room Six’ was released in April 2018 with a huge sell-out launch party at Epic studios in Norwich attended by local press and BBC Introducing.
The Norwich Evening News published an article reviewing the evening and stated:- ‘Their mix of Ska Funk and Indie Rock delivered with a solid performance kept the crowd dancing and singing all night. Every member of the audience seemed to have thoroughly enjoyed themselves and Mammal Not Fish are an absolute credit to the local music scene’ The band are currently working on their 3rd studio release.