🎈RADIO X EVENING PLAYLIST. Sit down and tune into Radio X this week to hear our latest single, Your Eyes, on the evening playlist and also featuring on John Kennedy Recommends. Pro tip: team it up with a hot chocolate and a premium biscuit for an extra memorable experience.🍪
RADIO 1. Shout out to Huw Stephens for giving Too Good its BBC Radio 1 debut last night - and to John Kennedy of Radio X for giving the song its first national spin in the UK on Monday. We bleddy love you, guys!🎈
SHOUT OUT to DJ John Kennedy for spinning Absence on his Xposure show on Radio X last night. John has been cool enough to play each of the four main tracks on the EP over the course of 2016 after we played his live new music showcase, The Remedy, at the Tooting Tram and Social Club last November. Absence is the title track of the deluxe edition Absence EP, featuring an alternative version bonus track of each song.
So, we’re into the month of March already. That's quarter way through 2016. If I were to buy a chocolate bar and split into four even pieces, I would eat all four and not give any to the other boys. Let me tell you what we’ve been up to…
February has been a fun month of writing, planning, gigging, interviews and a light bit of manual labour. Amidst this whirlwind of activity, however, there has been a clear highlight in the form of a show we played at the Tooting Tram and Social for John Kennedy (Radio X). It was the third time we’ve played the venue but the first time we had met John and thank him for his support over the past year on his show. He’s a great guy. We had a good laugh with him backstage and talked about some exciting things fo...
HITTING THE AIRWAVES! Thanks to John Kennedy for giving our upcoming single, Gone In A Second, a spin this week on XFM's X-posure show. Even better that it came on just before the live session with our ol' Tynside pals Lisbon -whose single launch gig at Newcastle Think Tank we're playing on 18 April, the same day as our single launch. It's small indie-pop world, eh?
"Love the track. More play to come!" said the kind Mr Kennedy.