• The Top Fuellers ... Mean Machine Music

      Welcome to the official website for The Top Fuellers, a band started by Stretch (The Highliners, Shrinking Violets) and Dave Deville (Optic Nerves, Klingonz, Vulture Squadron and The Highliners).

      Combining musical styles from the 50’s, 60’s and 80’s, The Top Fuellers have created a collection of powerful new songs that straddle sub-cultures and break boundaries. With so much energy in every song it’s no wonder the sound has been described as Mean Machine Music.

      What the Press say about the debut album:
      "The entire album is crammed with primitive rock ‘n’ roll anthems" – Louder Than War

      "an incredibly fun record." - The Punk Site

      "A pretty deft blend of Psycho and Rockabilly, with some garage and elements of punk" – Music News.com

      "Brings a smile to your face and has you reaching for the ‘repeat’ button" – Scootering Magazine

      Snakebite is an absolute stonker of a singalong party tune from a cracking release." – UK Rock and Roll Magazine

      "must have been a little tipsy during the writing and recording process.” – The Punk Site

      So then, you have been warned. Just don't blame The Top Fuellers if you find yourself spilling your Snakebite as you fly around the dance floor again like you did in your twenties!

      'Bartender mix me up a Snakebite!'

    • Latest News

      Having had a relaxing break on the beach for the summer the guys are now back in the studio making final adjustments to the thirteen tracks chosen for their debut album release.

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      We have recently had our first rehearsal which included mighty drumming from Lee (Bif Bam Pow) and powerful singing from the great lead vocalist Mick Lammond (Spacewasters) both adding a whole lot more to The Top Fuellers sound.

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      Welcome Aboard Siim!

      Slim Siim has confirmed his availability for saxophone and backing vocal duties with The Top Fuellers. Welcome aboard Siim. We look forward to working with you and some wild sax lines too!

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