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Stray Dogs

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Formerly known as Fire for Glory, Stray Dogs are a pop-punk group based in Tamaki Makaurau. Bringing together elements of 2000’s era pop-punk and rock, the band deliver high-energy live shows that have won them a strong local following throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.

Under the previous moniker, the group have released multiple singles and EPs, one full-length album, and secured supporting slots with international bands such as Motion City Soundtrack (USA), Hawthorne Heights (USA), Joyce Manor (USA) and Silverstein (Canada).

After ten whole years and several lineup changes, the group decided to open a new chapter in their career, rebranding themselves as Stray Dogs.

In 2022, the band caught the attention of AAA Records, and were signed to the independent label. Stray Dogs are currently working on a full-length record, featuring revitalised recordings of singles and fan-favourites, plus new material.

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Band Members:
Josh Pinho (vocals)
Cameron Brookes (guitar)
Grant Kirkpatrick (drums)
Steve Shyu (bass)

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  • Auckland


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