In an unknown time, on an unknown planet, a hairy egg was pulsating. That mysterious egg was brought to earth by bemused astronauts and incubated in a top secret warehouse.
When the egg hatched, a new kind of music spilled out and six musicians emerged. The whippet beans had arrived on earth, armed with hundreds of songs, mixing a ton of genres and singing about things the earthlings had never heard before.
Within a few years the whippet beans were travelling the globe spreading joy, instigating new ways of dancing, and delivering their message of fun and rebellion.
“Ever wondered what a Geordie, musical version of Monty Python would sound like?…”
– NARC Magazine
“Absolutely brilliant and frankly insane”
– Bob Fischer BBC Radio Tees
“The whippet beans had the whole crowd moving with their mischief-making infectious tunes. They’re a rag tag of funky funsters that playfully belted out cheeky tunes that had the crowd grinning while they danced.”
– NE Volume Magazine
“They’re an interesting bunch and pretty hard to forget once your paths cross.”
– Point Blank Teeside, Edition 6
“Let the revolution be loud and fun!”
– Soft Mick of Soft Mick and the bean bags