Punky reggae rockers from Baltimore whose infectious energy keeps the party jumping all night, The Scotch Bonnets have been bringing the heat and the good-love vibe since their debut in 2009. The crew is fearlessly lead by singer-guitarist Kristin Forbes aka Lady Hatchet, whose tunes blend classic Jamaican groves with a funky fresh approach to American singer-songwriting. The Bonnets self-released their debut album “Live Ya Life” in 2012 and dropped “Quest” in 2014, an EP done in collaboration with their legendary friend HR of BAD BRAINS. In April 2015, the band supported and backed guitarist RODDY RADIATION of THE SPECIALS on a tour of the Eastern states. That same month, they released a video for their contribution to Hooligans United, a Smelvis Records’ tribute to Rancid. In 2017 we proudly released “The District” 7” vinyl single (that included a reggae cover of THE EVENS) and the band shot a video for A-side “Go! Adrian”. They also had a song released on “Recutting The Crap”, a Crooked Beat Records’ LP that reinterprets The Clash’s final album “Cut The Crap”. The Bonnets had the privilege of recording their track at DC’s punk pantheon Inner Ear Studio with owner Don Zientera. They also have a track on Baltimore Does Bowie, Morphius’ upcoming tribute to David Bowie, and their second full-length album “COME ON OVER” has just arrived! LP vinyl has now arrived, all orders will come with a BONUS 7″ single of “THE DISTRICT”. CD and tapes too! Tapes are super-loaded with bonus tracks that are NOT on the CD or LP vinyl.
Bonus 7″ single:
- Scotch Bonnets
- Come On Over
- Product Options
# Option Price Weight 1 LP (red) + 7"single $20.00 1.00 lbs 2 LP (red)+ 7" w/Tape (Save $3) $25.00 1.00 lbs 3 Cassette or CD (choose) $8.00 0.50 lbs
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Weight Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 0.05 lbs $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 0.25 lbs $6.00 $8.00 $0.00 1.00 lbs $15.00 $10.00 $0.00
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