Manchester band Liam Browne and The Love make catchy pop tunes, crossing over into many genres, from indie to rock.
Now the four-piece outfit are heading for Alexander’s in Chester where they can be seen playing live on Saturday, May 7.
Their first album, Forget and Remember, was mastered by the legendary Rodney Mills in Atlanta and features two tracks with Rowetta from the Happy Mondays.
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The first song they ever recorded was instantly picked up and played on BBC Introducing and the band have been working hard recording and performing ever since.
The first single Juice Girl was released last September and can be downloaded now from iTunes.
The band describe themselves as: “James is a member of the highly regarded Milltown Brothers and Niamh is a model with PHA in Manchester. Anthony used to be a professional jazz drummer and now bosses it as some sort of finance guy. Liam is an actor who has starred in some cult classic movies. Together we create a diverse mix of different styles and looks that fuse together beautifully as a live act.”
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Liam Browne and the Love have also been working closely with artist Matt Crump who was recently displayed at the Saatchi Gallery. He has produced all the art work for the EP, singles and the album.
The band are booked up throughout the summer and are touring festivals across the UK.
Liam Browne and The Love will be supported by The Sidelights, a young band from North Wales, which have been formed for 4 years. As a band, they believe that they have evolved massively in the past few years and their performing and coordination as a band has blossomed.
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Their set list includes many hit songs from artists such as Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, Kasabian, Foster the People and Oasis.
Tickets £4. Call 01244 401402 or visit www.alexanderslive.com.