Bringing the sounds of Mexico to the heart of Liverpool is no easy task, (nor one i’ve ever seen anyone else attempt) yet Red Rum Club have done the impossible and created an unimaginably spectacular sound. Red Rum Club have coupled trumpets with indie vocals and thrown in a large helping of character and have produced an incredibly unique blend of music. Latest single ‘Calexico’ will transport your body to Mexico, whilst wondering why everybody has a scouse accent.

Who are Red Rum Club?
We are the scouse Americana. 6 lads on a mission to have a tune on a Quentin Tarantino film.

What are Red Rum Club?
It is the scouse Americana. 6 lads on a mission to have a tune on a Quentin Tarantino film.

Where are Red Rum Club?
We live in Liverpool but we sound like we live in a small Mexican fishing village, where the only practice we got was in the local tavern playing Gypsy Kings covers.

When did Red Rum Club form?
We formed in 2014 in Mike’s bedroom. Just like every other band in the world we played some Oasis covers and thought we were the cats pyjamas. The only difference now is some of us aren’t virgins anymore.

How did you meet?
Through a shared love of going out and getting leathered. We just realised that if we play a gig, we get free drinks from the bar so our weekends became cheaper, simple economics.

Why are Red Rum Club?
Because the world needs scouse Americana. 6 lads on a mission to have a tune on a Quentin Tarantino film.

Explain your live show:
Raucous, loud, unforgiving and generally speaking pretty full. If you like the idea of 6 fantastic looking, potential models playing world-class tunes and getting all sweaty, then come see us. Plus one of our close friends and Sky Sports pundit, Chris Kamara, described our gig as “Unbelievable Jeff”, so……

What can we expect from 2018?
Hilarious Instagram posts, 3 singles, 2 UK tours, 1 aim……to have a tune on a Quentin Tarantino film.

Where can we find your music?
All the usual outlets of Spotify, Youtube and iTunes, as well as the next Quentin Tarantino film.

Written by: Stuart Daley