In January 2009 The Supernovas signed to 360 Degree Music and pretty much before the ink on the contract was dry the band decamped to the wilds of leafy Hampshire, where they holed up for three days of recording. The fruits of these sessions produced their debut single, Ace Face, a damning indictment of a typical lowlife coke dealing blagger, backed with the blistering Sgt. Major.
The final months of 2009 saw The Supernovas playing around the UK, culminating in a series of shows supporting Babyshambles, and an end of year party at London’s Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, with labelmates Krakatoa and Inwits.
Early 2010 has started as the previous year ended, and the band have recorded a slew of new material, as well as playing around the UK, before jetting off across the Atlantic for their first US visit.
Hot on the heels of their triumphant visit to SXSW in Austin, Texas, The Supernovas return home and unleash their second single Slaughter In The Gaza. Available as an uber-limited one track CD single and from the usual digital outlets. The track is already picking up airplay, particularly in Ireland, where singer Joei’s Derry heritage has guaranteed the band cult status.