Check out our performance of ‘Dear Life’ from the Unsigned Music Awards at London’s Troxy.
A few weeks back we performed in session for BBC Introducing in Beds, Herts and Bucks. Check out the videos below:
Check out our music video for ‘It’s Not The Length That Counts, It’s What You Do With It’
It’s finally here. Part two of our music video trilogy – Check out ‘Watching The World’, directed by the legend that is Ross Hannon.
Huge thanks to our mates at Kerrang! for premiering the video on their fine website.
The track features on our recently released ‘Destroy Something Beautiful’ EP which reached position number 8 on the iTunes UK rock chart over the weekend. If you haven’t already, you can download the EP here.
You can download the EP here.
We’ve been together for over 4 years now, spending our lives working full time so we have some form of disposable income to fund what we love. Every spare minute we have, we use to create these chord progressions and write these lyrics to eventually finalise and present to you, our audience, our friends, our loved ones. Meanwhile bands that we’ve always aspired to be like, are dropping like flies around us because ticket sales and music sales are at an all-time low for alternative bands.
Support your favourite bands – get down to their shows when they play locally, buy their T-shirts and CD’s. Without you, they cannot possibly survive. This isn’t a message to raise awareness of our music and what we do, this is a message to raise awareness that your favourite bands won’t be around forever and to remember that music is art. It’s a snapshot of someone’s emotion and soul at that point in their life and it should be held at a much higher value than it is today, regardless of its genre.
Lots of love,
Jack, Rob, Dan, Tom & Alf
PS: Thanks again to Oz Craggs at Hidden Track Studios for his wizardry and his gentlemanly nature.
Happy to announce we’ll be performing at the FIRST EVER televised Unsigned Music Awards on the 27th October at the legendary Troxy in London.
The event is hosted by Laura Whitmore (BRIT Awards, MTV) and Chris Stark (BBC Radio 1). The awards show will be broadcast on the Box Plus Network (4Music, Kiss, Kerrang!, Box Upfront), a brand new interactive freeview channel to be launched by Channel 4 in September and Subtv.
You can get tickets to the Unsigned Music Awards from: http://bit.ly/uma-tix
Use the code DEARLIFE to get a 10% discount on tickets.