Casual Agenda

Whelans, Feb 28th 2016

(Photos taken by: AetherLight Photography)


Filming by: Michael Flanagan





Guitar & Vocals – Peter Roper.


Bass & Backing Vocals – Joe Service.


Drums, Keyboard & Percussion – Dan Bott.



What: a 3 piece working man’s “Mod Rock and Roll” band. 

Where: West Midlands UK.

When: We’re bringing them in – Whelan’s, Dublin Feb 28th.

Why: Because they’re worth it and we think Dublin needs to hear them. That’s the why :)




Ear marked as ones to watch for 2016, Casual Agenda have recently been signed to The Animal Farm record label in London. They have gained great support fast and have headlined venues all over the UK including The Cavern (Liverpool), Camden Rock (London), The O2 Academy (Birmingham) and The Kasbash (Coventry) whilst supporting established signed artists (most recently Bruce Foxton’s From The Jam, November 21st).

With their self-titled EP getting air play on local radio, the BBC and in Canada this band from the off are on course to becoming one of the best mod bands of our time. Upcoming? Indeed they are. Have the staying power? Yes, we certainly think so. 

Feb 28th, get out of the house and go see a new UK mod rock band at Whelan’s. We don’t think you’ll be disappointed. In fact, we are sure of it.



Just some of the REVIEWS so far… 

Aldora Britain Records – “What can we say? Stunning. Casual Agenda are definitely one for the future! Keep an eye on them, vocals create depth not found in the up and coming rock and roll scene of the UK”
“Rock and roll music that you will not regret hearing”
“Pacey drums. Catchy riffs. Driving basslines!”
Tom Clarke of The Enemy – “Song writing good, like the singers voice!”
Emma Scott (Kerrang) – “The Notion, what a cool song”
Musiceyz – “Defiant attitude, nonchalant sounding vocalist, a drummer that really is a bit special along with powerful basslines.”
Musiceyz – “Casual Agenda. A wonderfully brilliant well-oiled machine.”
Square Wave (Gateway to Manchester’s Music Scene) – “Unique vocals. Full of energy and a brilliant stage presence.”
Radical’s Rising – “A band you definitely need to check out live! Quality tunes with a bubbly yet cool arrogance.”
Kirsty Jackson Music – “A fanbase that will soar, their EP leaves the listener wanting more and more.”