CHESTER rock band Out From Animals are on the prowl for a singer.
A year ago, the band lost a member and since then have soldiered on as a three-piece.
But now, with their star continuing to rise after a run on mobileAct Unsigned on Channel 4, they feel the time is right to bolster their sound with a female vocalist.
Singer Andy Morgan, of Gorse Way, Huntington, said: “We’ve decided to start searching properly so if you or anyone you know would want to join Out From Animals, now is the time to get in touch.
“Preferably we’re after a girl because we want to be able to work with a female vocal in OFA, but if the right guy comes forward then we’ll consider.”
The new member will join Andy and Cambrian View residents bassist Paul Bunker and drummer Sean Howe to make their signature clash of electro, punk and rock. They will also play the BBC Introducing stage at the Reading and Leeds festivals.
Andy added: “We’re not just after a girl to look pretty though. You need to be able to sing.
“Keyboard/piano ability is a bonus, or even guitar. You will be taking over on live electronics/samples.
“Finally, most importantly, we need someone who’s willing to commit to this band.”
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You can catch Out From Animals back in their home city on August 22 at the Frog And Nightingale, Chester.
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