RECORDED DEBUT SINGLE "CHAINS"

RECORDED DEBUT SINGLE "CHAINS"

On a warm summers day, in an estate somewhere in Battersea... Okay, just kidding, we are not going to start telling a fairy tale story, but it was a Sunday and it was warm. We met our Sound Engineer Michael Clarke, at Fandanko Records (Michael is in fact the owner), which is where we recorded the single. He was very welcoming and offered us drinks and other confectionery before getting underway. We started off by laying down some draft vocals to a click, and then it was time for Josh to lock in the drums. MYL went second, Laura third, L.A.D fourth and finally Chase Cohen, that was day one. Over a period of 12 hours spread out across 3 days, Michael and ourselves worked diligently to fill and tighten up the mix to produce a track worthy of being a debut single.

Upon completion, we all sat together in the studio and proceeded to play it on loop. Our faces became dressed in smiles, our heads bobbed to the beat, our feet tapped rhythmically on the floor and our eyes filled with excitement and without saying a single word to each other, we knew we had nailed it. "Chains" was ready.

"IT BEGINS" EP NOW ON SOUNDCLOUD

The "It Begins" EP is uploaded to SoundCloud for free download. This EP represents the beginning of our musical journey, where we set about fusing melodic vocals, Rap and Rock with various other genres. We had many setbacks on the road to completion, from band members leaving to pursue different things, to not having enough finances to fund the project. But thankfully we persevered and completed it.

To have a listen, please click the button below and navigate down to the EPs section.

ROCKING THE ALLEY CAT IN LONDON, ENGLAND

ROCKING THE ALLEY CAT IN LONDON, ENGLAND

What a night this was! Max Mitchell (the owner of the Alley Cat) ensured that each act had a thorough soundcheck, so we knew were in for a good night. We opened up with "Don't Turn (Your Back On Me)" and had the crowd bouncing. After a few songs we changed the tone and slowed it down for a brief spell, before rocketing back up and ending with "Go Hard". Once the performance had ended, members of the audience hurriedly approached us and began praising and requesting to see/hear much more.

We had a blast at the Alley Cat and Max has remained in contact ever since, so you know we will be returning soon.