Trudy and the Romance Release Major Single “Is There a Place I Can Go”

{
Following radio spins by
John Kennedy
,
BBC Radio 1
͛
s Huw Stephens
&
Phil Taggart
and
6 Music
͛
s Tom
Ravenscroft
and
Steve Lamacq (as Featured Artist Of The Week)
,
recording sessions with Bill Ryder Jones
and Spring King
͛
s Tarek Musa ensued
.
After a year of performing packed-out shows and numerous festivals
across UK and France
,
the trio found their way into the pages of style magazines such as
i-D
,
Wonderl
and
and
Nylon
,
#7 Spotify viral charts
with last years floor filler
͚
He Sings
͛
.
They finished the year as part of
DIY
͛
s Class of 2017
,
NME’s
͚
100 for 2017
͛
and
14th most blogged artist of 2016
on the
Hype Machine Zeitgeist
end of year list.

A Triad from Liverpool.

}

Impose Automaton | September 5, 2017

A United Kingdom group from Liverpool released their first highly-listenable single called “Is There a Place I Can Go” for the upcoming anticipated EP “Junkyard Jazz”. The trio consists of Oliver Taylor- Guitar n vocalsLewis RollinsonBass and Brad Mullins – Drums. The upcoming EP was recorded in former vicarage, Stockport’s Eve studios with producer David Pye – takes its title from another genre they use to describe their seeming hotchpotch influences. ”Our stuff is like a collage and were trying to jigsaw it all together”, explains Olly. “The songs on the EP are meant to be loose but compact. It ties together as a bunch of different little stories; Junkyard Jazz, a messy love.”

The Greaser rock band presents us with a sentimentalizing position, Is there a Place I Can Go is the story of a vagabond who is tough and compassionate but can’t stand the pain alone. Junkyard Jazz is being released by B3SCI and will be available on all DSPs and limited edition 45 RPM 12″ vinyl on the 17th of November.

Tags: , , , ,

 
Impose Main