SNOWFIGHT IN THE CITY CENTRE
Snowfight In The City Centre release ‘Listen’, the follow up single to the critically acclaimed ‘No Light Left’ through High Voltage Sounds, distributed via Cargo on 16 th October 2006.
‘Listen’ is another epic sounding single from the Manchester six piece, with rolling drums and massive percussion which is fast becoming the unmistakable sound that is Snowfight In The City Centre. The track builds into an instantly catchy, melodic chorus’ and finishes with a grand finale that leaves you wanting more. The single was produced by the band and Jim Spencer (Charlatans, Johnny Marr, New Order etc) and mixed in Manchester’s new Blueprint studios. ‘B’ side is a brilliant live version of ‘Big Ideas’ recorded for an XFM session.
Snowfight In The City Centre are Adam Jennings (lead vocals), Andy Jennings (drums (no relation!)), Rick Boardman (keys, vocals and percussion), Matt Cocksedge (lead guitar), James Cook (acoustic guitar, keys and vocals) and Lewis O’Brien (bass). With the core of the band having been together for six years, it was the addition of James and Andy and their input into the songwriting that has given the band their distinct sound.
Snowfight In The City Centre stamped their authority on the Manchester music scene with an impressive collection of tunes that stunned everyone who heard them. In contrast to the rock music of other Manchester bands such as Nine Black Alps and The Longcut, Snowfight In The City Centre are a polished and charismatic band that specialise in finely-tuned pop music from the heart. As a result of their honest material, requests to hear the band have been impressive but not surprising.
“... ‘No Light Left’ is a beautiful debut.” INDEPENDENT
“... this Manchester six-piece throw out nuclear-powered riffs and rhythms that rain like brimstone from blackened skies propagated by their fastidiously inter-woven, lightening-sharp melodies... Dangerously spellbinding.” THE FLY
“… people will like it…It’ll make girls cry. Girls will cry while watching them and thinking about how much they love the singer.” JULIETTE LEWIS (OF THE LICKS) / ROCK SOUND
“… so they sound pretty epic then?... You’re not wrong, think of the majesty of the Doves with the chiming guitars of U2 and the pop sensibilities of Keane.” PLAY MUSIC
“… "absolutely delightful"....” CLAIRE STURGESS XFM
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