Middlesex (UK) based Punk / Hardcore Band that have been labelled “Hardcore injected Punk”, “Fiery Punk Trio” & “Screamy, Shouty & Rough Around the Edges”.

Combining sub-genres of Punk & Metal to produce hard hitting verses with catchy “sing-along” choruses.

My Latest Failure was formed in August 2017 by Chris Underhill & Andy Hale. Chris & Andy were previously in a hardcore band together called Under Dead Stars. Jamie Boyle joined as Drummer in September 2018.

Quickly after Jamie had joined the band, they performed their first gig. On 18th November 2018 My Latest Failure opened the first ever Sunday Tea Time Hardcore, at The Suburbs in Guildford, UK. They ended the year with the recording of Failures Vol: 1 in collaboration with newnoisestudios.com.

Two Thousand Nineteen

Failures Vol:1 was released on 11th January & had a good reception from the Punk & Hardcore scene. The EP was available on all major digital platforms including Spotify & Apple Music. It was also given as a free download on the My Latest Failure Bandcamp. A lyric video was made for Lies, Story Of The Year & Our Latest Failure and later a Live Music Video for their song Leech appeared on YouTube.

After spending some time in Airplay Studios, My Latest Failure posted a demo Voices onto their Soundcloud on 11th April. Voices had an unexpected reaction and made the Soundcloud Hot & New: Alternative Rock Playlist.

On Sunday 5th May, My Latest Failure opened up the Svetlanas show at The New Cross Inn. This was the bands 2nd show & was one to remember. They played 10 Songs with Chris dropping 5 plectrums, accidentally pulling out 2 guitar cables & unpredictably throwing his guitar at the end of the set.

My Latest Failure posted another demo onto their Soundcloud on 23rd May. Self Reflection was 40 seconds long & had a good reception by listeners calling it “Noisy” with “Mad Energy”. Self Reflection made the Soundcloud Hot & New: Alternative Rock Playlist & became the most played song by My Latest Failure to date.

Show No3 quickly came around as a band filled a slot on the Sunday Team Time Hardcore joining Sore Teeth, BKS & Sharp Bones. On Sunday 2nd June My Latest Failure played a sweltering set in Guildford. Two weeks later, on Saturday 15th June My Latest Failure joined We Punch Tigers at The Birds Nest in Deptford. After the show My Latest Failure were offered a show in Basildon by We Punch Tigers. Both shows had received really good reception, catching the eyes & ears of the Punk & Hardcore scene.

A demo version of Demons was uploaded to their Soundcloud on Thursday 18th July ahead of their show in Islington. Demons was recorded live at Airplay Studios & had a good reception, listeners commenting on the “crisp & crunchy guitars” & “cool live energy”. On Friday 19th July Demons made the Soundcloud Hot & New: Alternative Rock Playlist, this was the third track to make the playlist this year.

Saturday 20th July My Latest Failure played at The Islington (1 Tolpuddle Street). The high energy performance impressed & bagged them their first ever review. “Screaming vocals, Pulsating drums and sublime bass work” & “Gave it 110%” where a couple of comments from the review.

August showcased two shows within a week of each other, it’s the first time the band had played two shows in the same week. First up was the Sunday Tea Time Hardcore all dayer on Sunday 11th August, this featured 11 of the best bands in the scene, including Local Mad Man, BKS, Weaponry, The Freudian Sessions & more. My Latest Failure played a storming set which impressed a couple of the bands which landed them an invite to a show in Reading by The Freudian Sessions. Thursday 15th August quickly came around and My Latest Failure were off to play at Hippy Joe’s Punk/Alternative Night in Basildon with friends We Punch Tigers and The Fishes & I. On arrival the band soon found out that they were headlining the evening, this would be the first headlining show My Latest Failure have ever done, it was a buzzin’ night for the band who closed the night.

Saturday 7th September My Latest Failure opened up the Don’t Believe The Hype Fest 3 in Kingston.