Hailing from Oxford Rhys, Calum and Gus Warriner founded the lovable band Roguey Roads in the summer of 2017 and have been making waves in the indie music scene ever since. These three brothers have gigged all over the country and internationally from pubs, clubs, music venues, festivals, private parties and weddings supporting the likes of Nathan Ball, Thrill Collins, Waiting for Smith and Andy Bennett. Their refreshing style, genetic harmony and infectious energy make them the band you don’t want to miss!
Some musical highlights include opening at The 100 Club in London, playing the main stage at The Cowley Road Carnival (2018) and The Thame Town Music Festival (2019), executing a successful self-booked tour to Chamonix, selling out the Tamesis Dock in London, having their song “Suzy” featured on the radio with BBC Introducing Oxford, playing the O2 Acadamy Oxford and making it to the Live Auditions of The Voice UK (2018).
As well as this Roguey Roads has played over 40 gigs within the last 12 months (that have been recorded) and were voted act of the festival at The Thame Town Music Festival, 2018. In the autumn of 2019 the dynamic brother duo are going to embark on a new chapter of their music careers with a strategic move to Cornwall, bringing their indie-surf sound to the west coast. With over 30 outstanding 5 star testimonials Roguey Roads are definitely a band to look out for!
“Amazing lads. Great talent. Would have them play here everyday if I could.” – Chris Wensak, Bar’d Up
“Great stage presence and charisma. Feel good music that you just want to dance and clap your hands too. Can’t wait to hear more” – Elaine Cooke
“Great to meet you guys in Stratton Audley after the festival you smashed it! Genetic harmonies~ brotherly charm~ unique performance~ ones to watch” – Clare Hedgecox