Here at Title Towers we have fallen head over heels for The Carnabys and if you haven’t heard their latest release ‘Peaches and Bleaches’ make sure you check out their brand new single now.
The five piece dropped their latest track on March 25 in the middle of their current UK tour and with three dates still to go, in Bristol, Edinburgh and Glasgow, the band have got a lot on their plate right now.
The group have received high praise already for their success to date and as well as gaining over a million hits on Vevo and YouTube, they have also been critically acclaimed as ‘one of the best support acts ever’.
The lads from South West London are set to drop their album in August and with a string of festival dates soon to be announced, The Carnabys look like they could well be one of the biggest breakthrough acts of 2016.
Made up of Ben Gittins, Mike Delizo, Jack Mercer, Frankie Connolly and James Morgan, the band have already overcome substantial challenges, as they beat more than 12,000 global artists to win Hard Rock Rising 2013.
The process saw them face two live judging panels of industry experts, including Steve Van Zandt from Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band and Phil Manzanera from Roxy Music, to win their final accolade to support Bruce Springsteen at Hard Rock Calling 2013.
Since then the boys have been selling out venues across London as well as playing in front of thousands of fans alongside the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Kings Of Leon, Fratellis, Palma Violets, Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith.
The new release is a winner in our books and you can check it out below and, for more information on the group’s upcoming shows visit their website www.thecarnabys.com