Beginning in 2005, Something Fierce started as a punk band with a love for groups like The Clash, further mining the punk/powerpop foundation. Fortunately, Steven Garcia, Niki Sevven and Andrew Keith not only create an updated sound of contagiously hyper music with lots of hooks and adrenaline, but they also manage to find their own voice amongst a well-explored genre.
Their first full-length, Come For The Bastards, was released in the summer of 2006 with Frenchie from Young Heart Attack as the producer. The album served as a proper introduction to their mix of speedy punk with indie rock sensibilities, such as the dual vocals of Garcia and Sevven, evoking many comparisons to The Pixies. Over the last four years, the band has sharpened it's sound with two seven inches and another full-length, There Are No Answers, but as Sara Cress of the Houston Chronicle wrote:
"Something Fierce has always been on a mission: say it fast, say it loud, make it fun and make it mean something."
The band agrees to this statement.
Steven Garcia (Guitar, Vocals)
Niki Sevven (Bass, Vocals)
Andrew Keith (Drums)
There Are No Answers (2008)
Modern Girl EP 7" (2008) (Bitchin Riffage)
Teenage Ruins SPLIT 7" (2007) (Manic Attack)
Come For The Bastards (2006) (Self-Released)