The Gaa Gaas formed after attending a garage punk night called Bomp! hosted by The Cryptics at venues in St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands. The club night made a huge impact on the island’s growing music scene in the same vein as the influential Dirty Water Club in London.
After two years of perfecting their live show by the end of 2005, the band relocated to Brighton and began touring persistently throughout the UK and Europe gaining a steady fan base in England, France, Italy, Germany, Poland, Lithuania and Sweden.
With two EPs under their belts and various songs released on a number of compilations, their second effort Repulsion Seminar received positive reviews and demonstrated a maturing sound and vision.
Debut single Voltaire was produced by James Aparicio and edited and mastered by Robert Harder. It was released on The Playground Records in November 2010. The Gaa Gaas recently released the single Close Your Eyes produced by Ali Gavan, former member of The Electric Soft Parade, on their own label Movement-2 Records. The band is currently based in London and Brighton working on their debut album planned for release in 2017.