“From Roma, neo-bovver rockers get stomping. Recalling the stack-heeled sounds of Slade, The Sweet and The Faces plus the “junk shop glam”, Romans Giuda do their bit for similarly no pretention, high energy rocking with their debut, Racey Roller.” Mojo
“They’ve ram-raided the vaults of 70′s glam, punk and rock ‘n’ roll to make a foot-stomping, fist pumping riot of sound that has the scenesters, the punks and rockers and young and old in attendance going nuts! Giuda are the best band we’ve seen in years!” Vive Le Rock
“This is the perfect sound for life on the terraces, in the discos, at a gig, at the pub and in the streets, always with Giuda blasting in your ears” Rolling Stone
“When I heard Racey Roller I was pissing my pants laughing, because it’s so brilliant, so exhilarating and fun” Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott (Classic Rock Magazine)
Giuda (pronounced JEW-DA) are an Italian five-piece band from Rome, born from the ashes of one of the finest European punk rock groups, Taxi. They play the most exciting kind of retro-sounding pub rock and junk shop glam.
Damaged Goods released their debut album Racy Roller last year and now the band are back with their mix of anthemic ‘70s glam hooks and the punchy delivery of early UK punk with their second album, Let’s Do It Again on 9th December.