The Obscuritones | London Town

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London Town

by The Obscuritones

London Greaserbilly for Rock-a-Hulagans. Paying homage to rawkus nights in the Big Smoke, 'London Town' is a slice of rockin rhythm and close harmony from the rockabilly sextet. Taken from the upcoming album 'London, London Town' to be released June '15.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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London Greaserbilly for Rock-a-Hulagans. Paying homage to their rawkus nights in the Big Smoke, 'London Town' is a slice of guitar heavy rockin rhythm and close part harmony from rockabilly sextet The Obscuritones . Taken from the highly anticipated upcoming album 'London, London Town' due to be released in June 2015.

"They sound like the Andrews Sisters singin with the Stray Cats after a night out with the Cramps!"

"Fast track to heaven with high speed rockabilly"
Rockabilly: the singer’s first note drops the handkerchief, the tar starts scorching as guitar, bass and drum hit full freight-train speed in two beats and the ride rocks at increasing, breackneck speed the way up the track. Flourishes on lead guitar, whoops, hollers, wild vocals and hard driving from the percussion, no wonder the audience can’t stay still. Obscuritones ( brings back hunger, energy and surprise to rockabilly.
Very lively and enjoyable lead singer Joey (Joanna Hill), dives straight into a whirlpool of flair and excitement, belting out tracks, changing accents, adding a few dance steps and shaking it down. Hugh Byrne leads and sometimes sings some excellent numbers with some fine rockabilly and rock’n’roll guitar, while drummer Phil Casey looks as if the music has taken over every pore and even the hat lets off steam as he builds a breakneck beat. Andy Bavington keeps the chassis rocking on double bass and giant sideburns while Samantha Kidman adds throbbing “surf” guitar.




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