“…Concrete Caverns with something that some of us old hands still value as a decent proposal from an EP called ‘Open Your Minds’, four songs, which I guess at their hearts, are really about seeking some kind of change, or a new version of something old…”
- Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio 6 Music

"With their raw riffs and politicised lyrics, Concrete Caverns epitomise the attitude and pure essence of punk music perfectly. Their sharp licks of spirited punk rawness blend with a riotous youthfulness, giving the band a sparked demeanour."
- Sahera Walker, Some Might Say Zine, Issue #2

Concrete Caverns are a London-based four-piece punk rock band. Endless gigging and writing since formation in October 2014 has lead the band to secure main stage festival slots at Village Green Festival and Wilkestock Charity Music Festival. They’ve also had the pleasure of supporting Otherkin at their biggest London headline show at Camden Assembly.  Their debut single, 'Unforgivable', was released on October 27 2017, and was instantly playlisted by Indie Central Music and Vibe 107.6FM. Ahead of 2018, it was added to Indie Central Music's 'Sound of 2017' playlist.

Concrete Caverns second single, 'Open Your Minds', was released on January 31 prior to two Independent Venue Week 2018 performances. On Saturday February 1, they supported Essex based band, Asylums, at Chelmsford's Bassment Bar. Art Will Fall gave a rave review of their set, stating, "Concrete Caverns are finding their place with their exhilarating live performance, raw sound and brutal honesty."

Their latest single, 'Punk Rock Revolution', was premiered by the legendary Steve Lamacq on his BBC Radio 6 Music Recommends show on March 9 2018. Concrete Caverns released the single on March 27 at Nambucca London for Some Might Say's third launch party.

The band have also been championed by Indie Underground and Northern Exposure, the latter listing them as one of their “25 Upcoming Bands You Need To Know”.