Once upon a time in the west of Amsterdam, a posse of ne'er-do-well sons-a-bitches began pondering themselves a mystery: Could they be shy one horse, or were there two too many?
Idle curiosity gave way to focus, and focus became conviction. Off beyond the horizon these catalyistic curators of rock n’ roll set, their destination unknown, their task crystal clear.
Today, blending Classic, Blues and Hard-rock - with a raucous, metallic edge - they have become an iron forged, case-hardened, tour de force.
Conceived in the back rooms of the city's seediest bars, Two Too Many formed in 2017. They now step back into the light, proud to present to you their brand new, never before heard material. A blast of tunes sure to get your head a-banging and your Gran a-nagging.
The band are:
Damien Coughlan - Vocals
JJ Ferr - Guitars
Damon Maddison - Bass
Niall Cleary - Drums
Praise for Two Too Many -
“Deep bass, charging drums, ruckus vocals, wave the large flag of rock and a middle finger (…) (Two Too Many) wanna rock you out. You should let them.” Come Here Floyd
“There’s something to be said about the distinctive way Two Too Many lay down their ferocious licks (…) Damien Coughlan’s vocals constantly feed energy into the already potent mix. The tight synergy between the instrumentals, which create thunderous rolls with ease, will also be enough to leave fans of Metal, Hard Rock and Classic Rock enamoured“ AnRFactory
“Vocalist Damien Coughlin (sic) feels like he’s summoning Lemmy with his gritty, classic rock inspired vocals. This is a simple rock n roll track, that’s not a criticism, some of the best things in life are simple. It’s a track that is designed to get you up and headbanging and it does that to perfection.” - Mind Noise Network
"Amsterdam based Two Too Many’s double A-side single Got My Rock n Roll b/w Drift Away is a tribute to the no-frills attitude that makes riffs and passionate vocals as the go-to key ingredients for raucous rock. Sure, it's basic, but keeping it simple is what makes it so damn catchy. Don't sleep on the lyrics: they make some very valid points in clear language" - Here Comes The Flood
"Ain't nothing like a song that has the name of the genre in its lyrics. That kind of stuff tends to make audiences go wild. It's incredible!" - Grungecake