“One of the best pop-punk bands in the UK scene” - Colins Punk Rock World


"Full of witty lyricism, harmonising vocals and that back-to-basic, no-hesitation punk rock" -


"The Belfast pop punk quartet specialise in infectious three-chord, three minute tunes that wouldn't sound out of place on Green Day's Dookie" - Culture Northern Ireland


"No Matter has cracked the code to a timeless and spotless full length punk record... Spectacular album" -


Northern Irish based No Matter are a fast-paced, energetic pop-punk band, mixing skate and melodic punk rock, with catchy three part melodies and varying main vocalists.


They’ve gained a reputation for being extremely hardworking, having toured extensively across the UK, Ireland and Europe, with several multiple country tours under their belts and have begun reaching outside Europe, playing shows in Canada with dates elsewhere worldwide on the cards.


At home they have supported Anti-Flag, TBR, D.O.A., RVIVR, Chaser, Consumed, and many more. They have also made appearances at several acclaimed punk festivals, including two appearances at Punk Rock Holiday in Slovenia (in ’16 and ’19), Pouzza Fest in Montreal, Canada, and Manchester Punk Fest in the UK, which were headlined by numerous legendary punk rock bands including Nofx, The Descendents, and Propagandhi. Their last tour saw them play in France (supporting The Decline), Belgium and Germany, where they finished the tour sole support to The Flatliners in Cologne.


Their last full release, “Excess Baggage” was reviewed on as being ranked #8 in a “Best of 2019” list, among bands such as Bad Religion, Sum 41, blink 182 and Lagwagon, whilst their previous release “Ill Advised” was also reviewed by, with one of their editors calling it his “favourite pop-punk album of the last twenty-five years”, giving it a 9 out of 10 rating. The first track of this release 'Migraine' has now reached over 70,000 organic plays on Apple Music whilst another track El Bait received airplay on BBC ATL.

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