Punk Rock Tour Tales #8: Matty from Roughneck Riot

Matty Roughneck gives us is favourite memories (and lack of memories) of life on tour in the Euro DIY punk scene.

Punk Rock Tour Tales is a new Shout Louder feature, where we interview bands about their tour stories. Read them all here.

Before the coronacoaster got rolling, Warrington’s folks-punks Roughneck Riot were booked to make a highly anticipated return to the live circuit. After nearly 15 years of touring, earning themselves a reputation as one of the riotous bands the UK punk scene has to offer, they took a one-year hiatus in 2019 to recoup some energy.

We took some time out to speak to Matty about his favourite road stories, including many that he’s forgotten.

Of the touring you’ve done, what’s been your favourite so far?  

Pretty tough question for a couple of reasons. There’s been so many tours, with good and bad parts to them that it’s hard to say what was the best. They also seem to blend into one big tour in my head and a lot of the memories have been blurred by the finest beverages and such from across the mainland.

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