Dubby folk-punk. English Psych-Trad. Post-apocalyptic sea-shanties. Space-age minstrels. The sound has changed but it remains the same.
Poor Old Dogs take cues from different points in time; the late 60s, the early 80s, last week, 6 years from now.It's Punk; it's definitely not Punk.
English Folk music is still definitely at the heart of what Poor Old Dogs do, there is just a few more points in between. The band gobble up genres like a flock of mad greedy seagulls devouring a freshly strewn cone of chips upon the harbour wall whilst preparing to dive headfirst into the water beneath after spying a school of unwitting herring.