Top headlines :

Home recent-events Hebden Bridge Tipped for the Top BBC Radio 6 DJ Lauren Laverne

Hebden Bridge Tipped for the Top BBC Radio 6 DJ Lauren Laverne

Chester Published On Wed Jun 24 2020   Modified On Wed Jun 24 2020
Hebden Bridge Tipped for the Top BBC Radio 6 DJ Lauren Laverne

Hebden Bridge band tipped for the top by BBC Radio 6 DJ Lauren Laverne. 

The Hebden Bridge band have been enjoying regular airplay on BBC Radio 6 Music.  Depicted as a "post punk group" by New Sounds magazine, with a horde of sounds and impacts. 

The Lounge Society is comprised of Archie Drewit (drums), Cameron Davey (vocals, guitar and bass), Hani Paskin-Hussain (guitar and bass) and Herbie May (guitar and bass).  

Watch: Lauren Laverne - live from Maida Vale!

Hani stated that: “We launched our debut single ‘Generation Game’ a few months ago as a limited vinyl release and it sold out in just two days, encouraging us to double the copies printed. 

All our work is original and we’ve been compared to Northern ’80s band The Fall. In fact, Lauren Laverne said our single was ‘like a whole Fall album in one track’ after playing it frequently on air.

Check Out: Country singers Carly Pearce and Spouse Michael Ray Separating Shortly After Eight Month

The Hebden Bridge band, this group are all students at Burnley College. 

Karl Eden, the music tutor of Burnley College stated that: “I’m incredibly proud of them! They have passion, dedication and are aiming high. 

"It’s every music student’s dream to make it big and at Burnley College we aim to make dreams come true. We are committed to offering every student the individual support they need to reach their goals. 

"For The Lounge Society, that’s meant providing band members with the opportunity to use our contemporary rehearsal spaces; to perfect their techniques in our state-of-the-art recording studios and by giving them the self-belief and confidence to develop their own individual music style. 

“You can’t have a better vote of confidence than an endorsement from someone like Lauren Laverne, a highly-respected musician, DJ and TV presenter. We wish them every success and are sure they will be names to look out for in future in the highly-competitive music industry.” 

The Lounge Society is because of play their first feature tour towards the finish of 2020, with dates booked over the UK.  

Don't Miss: Chicken Run Jumps- To Netflix

Hani included that: “We’ve had to put some of our plans on hold due to Covid-19 but we’re hopeful we will be touring by the end of this year. 

"We’ve already had some experience performing in Manchester, Leeds and London so we’ve had a taste of tour-life and are now really keen to get on the road.”

For more Recent Event News visit Celebs Gazette.