CARDINAL JACK + CINEMAWAVE + THE THEME + WOLF CLUB
Featuring: Cinemawave, De Niro, Wolf Club
New Cross Inn Presents...
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After three years of 150 plus gigs, stolen guitars, awards, lost weekends, a new bass player, a name change and the finest collection of rocknroll songs to have been written this decade, Cinemawave are ready to unleash their debut album 'Can You Hear the Silence?' on 11 June 2012 through It's All Happening Records.
Produced by Paul Tipler (The Charlatans, Heavy Stereo, Idlewild), the album is 42 minutes of blistering anthemic rocknroll songs. Debut single 'Monsoon Love' released on 14 May 2012 has received heavy play on Soccer AM, Sky Sports with the band being 'Feature of the Week' alongside established bands such as Spiritualized, The Cribs and Mystery Jets. Album track 'Desert Storm' was named as song of the week on BBC London Introducing by Gary Crawley who described the band as having a 'punky sneer with Bunnymen-style dynamics'. Future single 'Ocean Passage' was road tested as a free download and reached number one in the Tourdates Chart - the UK's biggest unsigned chart and managed to retain the top spot for four weeks.
With a string of gigs lined up in and around London, and a second appearance at The Great Escape Festival confirmed, 'The Future' is bright for the northern lads - who knows where they're going to be in ten years time?
The band are now set to release their debut album 'Can You Hear the Silence?' on 11 June with a string of festival dates and a second appearance at the Great Escape Festival on the horizon, things are looking good for the northern lads.
Indie Punky Rock n Rollers Wolf Club were formed in 2010 out of the ashes of punk band Johnny Deptford. You can't quite pick their sound. It stirs memories of bands and genres spanning the last four decades but they don't sound like any one. Their punk influences still cut through giving a simple, raw edginess to their catchy tunes. It's all very English; or is it??
Promoter: New Cross Inn