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are the type of band your mum would love. Except that they’re awesome.
It would be fair to assume four teenage boys from Birmingham would be in it to pick up chicks and get attention. Not these lads. ‘Who’d wanna be famous? Looks like a whole load of trouble to me’ says lead vocalist/guitarist Jacob Ball.

Being likened to ‘a grunge Supergrass’, the group’s commitment to their music has already started paying dividends, recently being named the first winners of The Guardian’s Breaking Bands feature. Their debut single ‘I Might Be More Than You Know’ reached #1 on the Amazon Hot New Releases chart but the best is yet to come.

Their single Johnny Strange is guaranteed to win them even more fans (and hearts. Including yours. And your mums) so give it a listen.