You may have read my review of their album Moth a while back, well here’s the band behind the music. Coming across as mildly eccentric and slightly introspective, these guys are always interesting to chat with.
They’re passionate about music which is all we ask for from a band, and it’s a bonus that their music is so enjoyable. Following the release of their album and a visit to Japan Musical Nourishment catches up with Exlovers vocalist Pete Scott: (more…)
Formed in 2008 Goodbye, Labrador are a testament to how important the internet has become since its inception. When they first grouped together they took the opportunity to record a few demos before having to part ways. However distance didn’t dampen their passion or drive, instead they set about producing their album through emails and Skype.
The dedication paid off and they recorded their self-titled debut release in 2010 and now they’re back with their second, A Thousand Times Before, hoping to make the same impact as before.
Goodbye, Labrador come from all over the globe but they share one dream, one passion and that is music. (more…)
Exlovers have been working towards this goal for a long while now and at long last they have finally released their debut album Moth. It came out a couple of weeks ago and the band have celebrated, not only with a launch gig, but also with a few shows in Japan.
Anyway, back to the actual album, fans of Exlovers will not be disappointed. It incorporates all their trademark sounds, from the melodic fusion of Peter Scott and Laurel Sills, to the understated but no less brilliant work of Danny Blackman, Chris Woodhead and Brook Rogers. (more…)
I have a special affinity for this band. They were the first people I ever interviewed and were exceptionally nice. That was back in 2009, they had an EP, You Forget so Easily, to their name and were lugging themselves from place to place in the back of a van. (more…)