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Pop / Rock 01/09/2014

Eric Unseen Aim To Prove They Have Been 'Brought Up The Right Way' With New Album

Eric Unseen Aim To Prove They Have Been 'Brought Up The Right Way' With New Album

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) A South Wales based boy band with a taste for energetically infectious melodies, Eric Unseen are a three piece with a growing reputation in the UK indie scene.

Having supported and gigged with a host of high profile names including Bastille, We are Scientists, The Alarm, The Stiff Little Fingers, Cast, Ocean Colour Scene, Skindred, Paramore, Goldie Lookin Chain, The Subways, and The Automatic, the band are now ramping up for further exposure with new album 'Brought Up the Right Way'.

With a sound that comes across like a contemporary version of The Smiths with an indie twist, Eric Unseen are unlike any other band on the circuit at the moment, and aim to drive their point home with this album's lead single - 'That Ain't Love'



The band are no strangers to the stage and have really turned heads with the quality of their live shows. In addition to the impressive list of gigs above, they also reached the final of national competition 'Live and Unsigned', fighting through 10,000 acts to play in the showcase event at London's O2 arena in front of 3 thousand people.

Their success though has not gone to their heads, and they happily joke about the gig they played the next day - a small pub with seven people in it who were there to watch the football.

Fans include producers Greg Haver (The Manic Street Preachers, Cataonia, Super Furry Animals), Richard Jackson (Duffy, The Automatic) and Slade front man Noddy Holder, all impressed by Eric Unseen's versatile and consistently high quality songwriting.

And it all comes from an outlook of simplicity and the feel of a band simply having fun, with lyrics inspired by a relatable life in 'The Valleys' of Wales painting a very different picture from the trashy MTV attempt at reality television.

The album and single will be available from October 1st and is being funded by new crowd funding site Free The Music Book: https://freethemusicbook.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=61

"Good luck with trying to get these melodies outta your head.." uberrock.co.uk
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