Bradford’s Warme announce for Bingley Music Live After Great Escape Showcase
A heady blend of classic rock, Indie, relentless riffs, progressive beats and sublime vocals are the ingredients that fuel Warme’s addiction to sound.
The five-piece from Bradford have worked previously with guest keyboard player Ian Maclagen (The Small Faces, Rolling Stones) on an album that was recorded in Madrid. Tours in Europe, tons of festival appearances and press as far afield as the USA followed. The band have a strong DIY outlook, with masses of self belief and honesty in their music. Taking influence from classic artists such as Thin Lizzy to Paul Weller, Warme are due to strike the match in 2014 with a new single ‘Monday Comedown’ – due for release on Friday 6th June. Frontman Lee Walsh says:
‘The song is about something most of us know. Massive weekend, overindulging, boozing – then waking up on Monday morning and hating going to work – especially with no recollection of the weekend’s events!’
The accompanying video tells just that tale – one repeated recently after performing a showcase gig as part of Brighton’s The Great Escape Festival. The band have also announced they will be performing as part of Bingley Music Live Festival in August alongside the likes of Example, Shed Seven and Pet Shop Boys. If the single is anything to go by that is going to turn into some weekend – with it’s own an epic Monday comedown.