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As one door closes another opens, this is for sure the case with Foreign TV, having past members from Chalet Noir, the band from Epsom have formed a new sound with their debut single. Since the release of their eponymously named single, Foreign TV have distinguished themselves as one of the most exciting breakthrough acts South London has to offer. The band have been making huge waves off the back of their performance reputation as an explosive live act. Fresh on the scene, it’s early days for Foreign TV, and they are a must see.
“We were trying to connect with those who often turn to a stranger’s bed to alleviate all the pressures of the contemporary world. People are often waking up next to someone they’ve just met, and almost living out a condensed relationship in a matter of hours. We wanted the listener to be in that room, with that feeling, in the song.”
WE ARE PARKAS
We Are Parkas are the grit, guts, and passion that is missing from modern-day indie music. Matt Banks (vocals), Owen Stephens (guitar), George Hopkins (bass) and Joe Strauss (drums) have been writing and gigging constantly since 2015, perfecting their arena-sized sound and firmly establishing themselves as the South West’s most exciting prospect in indie rock. They take inspiration from the greats. Namely the Arctic Monkeys, The Jam, The Strokes, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and others of a similar vein. With towering riffs, soaring melodies, and palpable charisma their live show is a refreshing injection of pure solid energy.
3Years is the noisy duo born in Italy, composed of Alessio Giacomelli (Singer, Bass/Guitar player) and Fabio Caporizzi (Drummer), who have been playing together since 2012. The guys have previously had experiences with some of the most important Italian talent shows. The project is inspired by the British rock wave, along with multiple subgenres which have proved necessary to make their sound different from the others. In this life, there’s fucking nothing to laugh about.