Good songs should be sung loud, sung often, and sung by everyone currently in possession of a larynx. So when you're at a Scuttered the Bruce show, drink up, clear your throat, and raise your bloody voice.
Scuttered the Bruce plays good old-fashioned, hell-raising pub songs in the mode of the greatest pub singers in recent memory—The Dubliners and The Clancy Brothers—but with all the piss and vinegar of The Pogues. With unrelenting energy and reckless good cheer, Scuttered the Bruce is deadly serious about having a good time. And if their enthusiasm doesn't infect you like some contagious form of drunkenness and get you snorting, stomping, and singing along, then you ought to check with your doctor to be sure you're not dead.
Scuttered the Bruce's repertoire includes old favorites like "Black Velvet
Band" and "Finnegan's Wake," alongside gleefully debauched and punkish fare such as "Streams of Whiskey" and "If I Should Fall from Grace With God," topped off with an extra helping of bawdy originals like "Burning for Mary."