The Carnaby’s are a 5-piece indie rock band from Twickenham, London who released their debut album No Money On The Moon in 2014. Since their formation they have headlined the Isle of Wight Secret Garden Stage, as well as Tunnel to Tunnel, The Wild and Blingley Music Festival. Described by Blondie as “one of the best support acts ever” they have also shared the stage with Kings of Leon, Lenny Kravitz and also warmed up for Bruce Springsteen. Incredible!
Peaches and Bleaches, a track reviewed as “bold” and “punchy” has already received almost 20,000 YouTube views despite not being released until Good Friday (March 25th 2016). Back of the Net who broadcast via SUSY Radio were lucky to get an exclusive play on their show, 4 days prior to the release, during a live interview feature with the band. To listen again to this, head over to the Back of the Net YouTube channel.
You can listen to Peaches & Bleach via YouTube and the rest of their material via Spotify.
The Carnabys are touring NOW here in the UK.
Little Brother Eli were formed in early 2013 by lead vocalist Alex Grew and bass player Josh Rigal. The pair were joined by guitarist Adam Stowe and drummer Benji Page who began sharing their eclectic mix of musical influences along with lap steel specialist Tom Williams.
They create their own blend of bluesy garage rock by combining powerful, soulful vocals with growling guitars and bringing the sound together with an infectious, rock solid hip-hop back beat.
The band are currently working on their debut album, however, singles are available across social platforms. Click here to check out their SoundCloud.
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NOBODIES BIRTHDAY are an 5-piece indie rock band from Berkshire who have been gigging around the South of England for almost 2 years.
With an array of musical influences, from Oasis to The 1975, their material has 90’s Brit Pop vibe which gives them a unique edge over other contemporary indie rock bands.
NB have 3 BRAND NEW tracks… Check out Lemonade Wages, She’s The World & Timewaster on Spotify & SoundCloud.
Check out indie rock newcomers, The Hunna’s debut single, Bonfire. Their catchy, echoing lyrics in combination with the progressive accelerando between the verses and chorus creates utmost energy. A track that has all the ingredients’ for live success.
For just £6 you can experience the track (alongside others) live at London’s Boston Music Room in March 2016. Tickets are available here: songkick.com.
If you were to put Justin Timberlake & The Libertines in a music blender I think the result would be something similar to this track, Blue. I’m hooked. I can’t stop listening! My favourite track off their latest album, Happy People.
Other great tracks off the album include: I’m a Girl & Money.
Uni isn’t so bad when you’re treated to a first class performance by a local band during a seminar.
Check out the The Wholls! A 4 piece alternative rock band fronted by a distinctive, gravelly vocalist. One listen and you’ll want more.
Check out their latest single here: X21
I became familiar with P R / D E S from their track, Out Of The Blue, from its feature on FIFA 15 …a girl, discovering music via football video gaming…really?… Yes really! I overheard the track whilst my brother was on his gaming console, Shazam-ed it and went on to discover the synthpop trio further.
P R / D E S are currently supporting The Wombats on their UK Glitterbug Tour, which I attended on October 1st 2015 at Alexandra Palace; The Way Back Up Tracks dominated their setlist. Fun. Plenty of energy. Catchy rhythms. Easy to listen to, enjoyable synthpop.
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I recommend you check out: Messiah, Higher Love & Out Of The Blue.