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Emerging UK indie rock band, Two Weeks In Nashville, have kept up their prolific work rate with their latest release, a 5-track EP, 'Don't Look Back' at the end of April. Recorded in Music City, Nashville and mastered by the genius, John Greenham (Billie Eilish, Bastille) in LA, only adds to their rock sound, with a modern twist.

 

The band, comprising of four mates, spent two weeks writing and recording in Nashville in 2019. They have seen support from BBC Introducing, MTV Rocks, Wonderland, House Of Coco, Reyt Good Magazine, Headliner and Record Of The Day.

 

The boys, Billy LeRiff (vocals and guitar) Marc De Luca (guitar) Jonny Faires (bass) and Ian Wilson (drums) spent 2020 honing their skills in the studio, writing, recording and rehearsing and are now ready to hit the Live circuit, once restrictions are lifted. Their first gig on 4th June, will see them performing at the iconic Clapham Grand supporting The Hoosiers.

 

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