The Brink


In 2016, four musicians came together from different walks of life to create a band that would bring a much needed breath of fresh air to the music industry. THE BRINK, recognised by their pink logo, bring an exciting mix of live energy to the table of today’s current rock scene, producing a vibrant 21st Century balls-to-the-wall Rock 'n’ Roll sound that is as accessible as it is dynamic.

Weaving delicate vocal and instrumental harmonies together with hard driven rock riffs, THE BRINK have created a fresh style of their own. By fusing old and new influences from Bon Jovi, Aerosmith and Def Leppard, with newer bands such as 30 Seconds to Mars, Black Stone Cherry and My Chemical Romance, they create fist pumping anthems and solid ballads that are not out of place on a stadium stage - if you are a fan of rock music, you are guaranteed to leave a live show with a smile on your face and at least one catchy chorus in your head!

Now signed to well known record label Frontiers Music SRL, the band have supported the likes of The New Roses and The Graham Bonnet Band on full UK tours and after a brief hiatus are ready to pick up the reins post COVID-19 with bookings for several festivals and shows planned.

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