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Brighton based Telegraphs combine delicacy with bite and soaring vocals with spine tingling choruses. The end result is a sound that is both impassioned and heartfelt. Their songs address the fear of isolation, the need for hope and the pain of regret.
Formed in the Autumn of 2005 by lead vocalist Darcy and guitarist Graham Ward, the band moved through several incarnations in its early stages until drummer Sam Bacon and bassist/vocalist Hattie Williams found their places within the band. The line up was completed by the arrival of guitarist Darren LeWarne. The five friends, having all drifted into Brighton from various places across the country, have found a common ground in their escape from small town upbringings.
Though Telegraphs are a band in their infancy, they have already played sold out shows with the likes of Washington DC's Idiot Pilot, and with the upcoming release of their debut, double A-side single ‘So Cold/Ariel’, their rapid development is certainly set to continue.
Darcy - vocals/guitar
Graham Ward - guitar
Sam Bacon - drums
Hattie Williams - bass/vocals
Darren LeWarne - guitar
photo: Edward K Thompson www.edwardthompson.co.uk