Four more songs

We’re very happy to welcome Gavin Pond back to Stroud Song Contest – who made his debut in 2020 with the reggae-punk ballad ‘The Snail Song’, and who last year brought us the unforgettable ‘Terrence the Tentacled Alien’. Gavin’s offering this year, Icy Icicles, though no less eccentric in its lyrics, has a much sadder …

moleville & Jake Shaw

An exciting start!

This year’s song contest has got off to a storming start with Johnnie Ha Ha giving us our first entry. Following close behind was Steve Skinley aka moleville with March of the Invisible, a swirling melodic pop song with a moody 80s feel and ominous undertones in its lyrics. Steve lives in Stroud and wrote …

Johnnie Ha Ha - Ship to Shore

Our first entry is in

We’re delighted to welcome this year’s first submission. Straight in at the deep end with thoughtful lyrics and an edge of tension we’ve come to recognise and love – it can only be… founder member and drummer of Goth/Punk car crash, Alien Sex Fiend, Johnnie Ha Ha! His latest offering, Ship to Shore, has pensive …

OK, GO!

Come on people, Stroud Song Contest is back! We are officially open for entries, so please send us your music! Let’s make this another blistering bonanza of incredible local music. Our live Grand Final will again be held in the marquee at the Crown & Sceptre, on Saturday 31st August, and once again, the pub …