THREE BLIND WOLVES / SHY AND THE FIGHT/ THE ADELINES/ BROTHERS AT DEMPSEY'S FOUR BARS, CARDIFF - 23RD OF MAY
Fresh from supporting Frightened Rabbit, Glasgow's Three Blind Wolvesl be playing a show for www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk in Cardiff at Dempsey’s bar on Thursday the 23rd of May as part of their album tour!
23rd of May – www.godisinthetvzine.co.uk presents Three Blind Wolves with support from multi legged North Walian orch-pop of Shy and the Fight plus the ace female fronted pop of Swansea's The Adelines and opening with Cardiff youngsters Brothers with their 60 inspired sound@ Dempsey’s Four Bars
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“Stadium sized melodies and four-part harmonies without diving headlong into a pool full of cliches…” – MOJO Magazine
Having been compared to My Morning Jacket and Neil Young, In Here Somewhere features Three Blind Wolves’ warm Americana-tinged sound, yet with a chilling core. Previously released single Parade, which was released back in October 2012 saw the band rise to great success earning them a great amount of respect from ourselves amongst other tastemakers!
The band all met playing shows around the Glasgow music scene, Ross Clark (guitar, vocals) was a solo artist and met David Cleary (lead guitar, backing vocals, mandolin) and Kevin Mackay (bass, backing vocals) through their first group Rainbowsheep. They played their first show together in a Japanese noodle bar and their friendship grew from there, playing in clubs, bars, parks and various flats around Glasgow. When it the time came for the friends to form the band properly, Davie and Kevin’s a long time friend, Fearghas Lyon (drums), joined and they immediately bonded over jamming to Cream and Daft Punk covers; Three Blind Wolves were born and the four boys haven’t looked back since.
After releasing their mini album Sound of the Storm in 2011, the band quickly gained support from the press. Scotland’s answer to Time Out, The List Magazine, hailed them as a “countrified Modest Mouse” whilst The Skinny Magazine said their debut recalled “genre-defining artists like Bright Eyes and more recently Bon Iver”. MOJO Magazine also featured their track “Emily Rose” on a covermount CD and Rolling Stone said they were “the Scottish answer to the Decemberists”.
Shy and the Fight:
"They're a multi-legged, multi-instrumented scramble up the precipitous slopes of 20-something hearts, driven along by melodies that'd tan your backside if you dared to flag. There's nothing to buck trends here"
-Adam Thomas Walton BBC Wales
The Adelines are a guitar-driven quartet comprising Jennie Morris on vocals and guitar, Anton Dodwell on guitar, Eddie Russell on bass and Ray Thomas on drums. Formed in 2011 and named after their next door neighbour's cat, they cut their teeth playing house parties in Swansea and pricked ears with their tom-boyish vocals, jangly reverb-guitars and warped pop sensibilities.
Four pieces of psychedelic rock who have been brought together due their love of 60s rock and roll, psychedelia, harmonies and melodies. Brothers consist of 3 members; Joel Hurst (guitar and vocals), Joe Conaghan (bass and vocals), Calum Conaghan (guitar, synth, vocals) and Ethan Hurst (drums and percussion). They aim to capture and reinvent 60s and 90s style rock and roll with more complex structures and experimental aspects.