Formed in London by childhood friends David Blomiley (vocals, guitar, piano) and Olly Brown (drums, backing vocals), the listener can expect melodic riffs, fuzzy guitars and anthemic choruses. Inspired by rock bands such as Muse and Radiohead, you can hear an unique Alternative sound.
Their latest single “Lie” demonstrates their powerful sound, as Blomiley narrates a broken love story. The songwriter shares, “it’s about being in the wrong place to be able to be with somebody no matter how much you love each other. Telling yourself that one day it will all work out and be ok, but knowing that may never be the case. Each line from the song depicts a different part or version of this love story.
Mastered at Abbey Road by Alex Wharton (Radiohead, The Beatles, Bring Me The Horizon, Coldplay, Marvin Gaye), “Lie is painfully raw as Blomiley’s honest lyrics soar over crashing percussion and bold guitars, creating an all-consuming atmosphere.”
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