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Nerve’s Toby Gray caught up with folk-pop duo Fossil Collective ahead of their gig at Sixty Million Postcards in Bournemouth to talk about the band, their musical icons and just how much they know about fossils. Watch in 1080p for the full effect! https://twitter.com/fosscollective https://www.facebook.com/fossilcollective
Sam Gray speaks to Ben Fisher about playing music in outer space, Twitter and singing along to pop-classic Mysterious Girl A breathless and energetic performance left Sam Gray in the wilderness of a 4,000 strong crowd before navigating a route backstage. Gray, supporting Peter Andre, leaped off stage after his infectious single This Girl yet [...]
The Enemy aren’t anything too spectacular at all. Or at least that’s what drummer Liam Watts would like you all to think. But the Coventry-born three-piece band have played with the likes of The Rolling Stones and Oasis in recent years, which would suggest otherwise, wouldn’t it? Brummies are stereotypically known for their fondness of [...]
As a condition of signing their first record deal, Birmingham boys Peace had a billboard placed in their hometown depicting their faces along with the message, ‘WHAT THE FCK BIRMINGHAM’. They were the buzz band of 2012, and as 2013 begins, could such irresponsible acts be just the start of something massive? James Hibberd caught [...]
For a band whose single Pompeii has just reached number two in the charts, it was quite surreal walking into a venue in the middle of a Southampton industrial estate. The venue, usually used for roller discos, was tonight host to Bastille.
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bentcousin’s members are based in Brighton, London and Bournemouth and are fronted by twins Amelia and Pat along with drummer Dan, bassist Matt and Uncle Fintan, ensuring that the band is well and truly a family affair. The band’s debut EP, Everybody’s Got One, consists of 6 tracks and lasts for 18 minutes and 7 seconds – a short-lived EP but understandably so considering the fast-paced nature of some of the tracks (they’re as tightly buttoned as one of Pat’s glorious shirts) – tracks like F.O.R.G.E.T that frolic and snap in a whirlwind of jangly guitar pop that echoes the likes of Girls Names, Spectrals, and Little Comets.
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