Artist

Porridge Radio have propelled from a word-of-mouth gem of Brighton’s DIY scene to one of the country’s most exciting upcoming bands.

Birthed from open mic nights around the seaside town, lead singer Dana Margolin initially performed bedroom-recorded songs to rooms of polite, unassuming audiences who stared at her quietly while she screamed in their faces.  She soon decided to form a band through which to channel her new love of performing and songwriting – and be noisier while she was at it – so Porridge Radio was born.

While the band have self-released numerous demos and a garden-shed-recorded album (2016’s ‘Rice, Pasta and Other Fillers’) on ‘Memorials of Distinction’, their debut studio album ‘Every Bad’, out 13th March, is a culmination of what has been in their head for some time; the record they have been waiting for the means to record.