Bonafide does three shows at Akkurat!

As the tradition dictates, we’re closing yet another great year with three shows on our hometown’s best stage, Akkurat, in Stockholm on three consecutive nights from the 28th-30th of December! More info at Akkurat Facebook

UK tour March 2017
05-03-2017 O2 Academy 2 Glasgow
06-03-2017 O2 Academy 2 Liverpool
07-03-2017 O2 Academy 2 Sheffield
08-03-2017 The Tivoli Buckley
09-03-2017 HRH AOR5 Pwllheli
10-03-2017 Fibbers York
11-03-2017 Yardbirds Grimsby
12-03-2017 O2 Academy 2 Birmingham
13-03-2017 O2 Academy 2 London
14-03-2017 O2 Academy 2 Oxford
15-03-2017 Rebellion Manchester
16-03-2017 Waterfront Norwich
17-03-2017 Think Tank Newcastle
18-03-2017 Bannermans Edinburgh

European fall tour for 2016

06-10-2016 Grätch’s Gasthaus Amelinghausen (🇩🇪D)
07-10-2016 Rockpalast Bochum (🇩🇪D)
08-10-2016 A.C.H. Eventhalle Zweibrucken (🇩🇪D)
09-10-2016 Nachtleben Frankfurt (🇩🇪D)
11-10-2016 Musik und Frieden Berlin (🇩🇪D)
12-10-2016 Kubana Siegburg (🇩🇪D)
13-10-2016 Gaswerk Winterthur (🇨🇭Sui)
14-10-2016 Ziegelei Einsiedeln (🇨🇭Sui)
15-10-2016 Kick down Brienz (🇨🇭Sui)

First two albums released on vinyl!

Soon the first and second Bonafide album will be out on high quality vinyl, on Black Lodge/Sound Pollution – click here for info about pre-orders and release date!

The self-titled debut album Bonafide including songs like Down, Loud Band, Can’t Get Through and Night Time.
Something’s Dripping including songs like Dirt Bound, Fill Your Head With Rock, Hard Living Man and No Doubt About It.

Michelangelo released – duet with Ralf from Mustasch

Thursday the 10th of March, the new single and video drops for Michelangelo – a duet between the band’s frontman Pontus Snibb och famous Swedish singer Ralf Gyllenhammar of the band Mustasch, one of Sweden’s biggest hard rock acts.

The song is a cover of a track by legendary Swedish singer Björn Skifs (who topped the US charts with Hooked on a Feeling in 1974), and the song was originally sung in Swedish for the 1975 Swedish Eurovision contest, where it however only placed 5th.

”Both me and Ralf love Björn Skifs and wanted to do one of his songs together. We chose the rare English version of Michelangelo, that wasn’t really released by Björn himself at the time back in 1975” says Pontus Snibb.

”What a tremendous version! Cleverly updated and what a powerful voice. That was really nice to hear!” says Björn Skifs about Bonafide’s take on his song.

At this summer’s Sweden Rock Festival on the 8th-11th of June, Bonafide will perform Michelangelo together with Ralf Gyllenhammar on stage for the first time.