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Slow Club return with their third album ‘Complete Surrender' out now.

"the best thing they have ever done" NME (On Repeat)
“Complete Surrender' may well be the finest album Slow Club have ever recorded.” – Clash
“The best album so far by a band that are already one of our finest: treasure them.” – Drowned in Sound
“Something that could take on the world, and very probably win’ – Drowned in Sound
“The sound of band consciously pushing themselves in a new direction” – The 405
“A departure from their previous indie-folk sound, a cinematic, orchestral pop track” - Shortlist
“Incredibly hooky, ... Read more

Slow Club return with their third album ‘Complete Surrender' out now.

"the best thing they have ever done" NME (On Repeat)
“Complete Surrender' may well be the finest album Slow Club have ever recorded.” – Clash
“The best album so far by a band that are already one of our finest: treasure them.” – Drowned in Sound
“Something that could take on the world, and very probably win’ – Drowned in Sound
“The sound of band consciously pushing themselves in a new direction” – The 405
“A departure from their previous indie-folk sound, a cinematic, orchestral pop track” - Shortlist
“Incredibly hooky, catchy, soulful and epic” – Music OMH

Press:

“Authentic soulfulness” 7/10 - Clash
“Soulful” 3/5 - Q
“Glorious” – Zero Core
4/5 – Attitude

A giant musical leap onwards from 2011’s Paradise, ‘Complete Surrender’, produced by Colin Elliot (Richard Hawley), is an exquisite collection of soulful, sophisticated pop songs with influences ranging from Frankie Valli and Marvin Gaye through to Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.

The album opens with the wonderful melancholia of ‘Tears of Joy’. A sultry beat and infectious bassline provide the skeleton of the track, whilst Charles and Rebecca’s trademark vocal interplay glides elegantly over the top, building into a chorus that perfectly showcases the rest of the album to come.

First single ‘Complete Surrender’ builds from the opening track, introducing a fuller sound, utilizing sweeping strings, a galloping beat and the band’s rich and soaring vocals to create a track that treads a perfect line between being wonderfully nostalgic and compellingly contemporary. ‘Suffering You, Suffering Me’ takes Slow Club’s new sound up yet another notch, opening with Rebecca’s intimate yet powerful vocal and progressing into an epic powerhouse of a pop song, complete with brass section and totally unforgettable hook.

Not ones to stick to any kind of formula, Charles and Rebecca pull things back for possibly the most moving moment, ‘Number One’, on which their voices and harmonies really come to the fore, gliding effortlessly over a simple, chord led piano part.

‘Complete Surrender’ is the sound of a band coming into their own and creating an album brimming with confidence, skill and managing, throughout, to harness both the spirit of their influences and their constant desire to experiment.

Slow Club play a one off, full band show at London’s Village Underground on May 13th.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Slow Club return with their third album ‘Complete Surrender' out now.

"the best thing they have ever done" NME (On Repeat)
“Complete Surrender' may well be the finest album Slow Club have ever recorded.” – Clash
“The best album so far by a band that are already one of our finest: treasure them.” – Drowned in Sound
“Something that could take on the world, and very probably win’ – Drowned in Sound
“The sound of band consciously pushing themselves in a new direction” – The 405
“A departure from their previous indie-folk sound, a cinematic, orchestral pop track” - Shortlist
“Incredibly hooky, catchy, soulful and epic” – Music OMH

Press:

“Authentic soulfulness” 7/10 - Clash
“Soulful” 3/5 - Q
“Glorious” – Zero Core
4/5 – Attitude

A giant musical leap onwards from 2011’s Paradise, ‘Complete Surrender’, produced by Colin Elliot (Richard Hawley), is an exquisite collection of soulful, sophisticated pop songs with influences ranging from Frankie Valli and Marvin Gaye through to Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.

The album opens with the wonderful melancholia of ‘Tears of Joy’. A sultry beat and infectious bassline provide the skeleton of the track, whilst Charles and Rebecca’s trademark vocal interplay glides elegantly over the top, building into a chorus that perfectly showcases the rest of the album to come.

First single ‘Complete Surrender’ builds from the opening track, introducing a fuller sound, utilizing sweeping strings, a galloping beat and the band’s rich and soaring vocals to create a track that treads a perfect line between being wonderfully nostalgic and compellingly contemporary. ‘Suffering You, Suffering Me’ takes Slow Club’s new sound up yet another notch, opening with Rebecca’s intimate yet powerful vocal and progressing into an epic powerhouse of a pop song, complete with brass section and totally unforgettable hook.

Not ones to stick to any kind of formula, Charles and Rebecca pull things back for possibly the most moving moment, ‘Number One’, on which their voices and harmonies really come to the fore, gliding effortlessly over a simple, chord led piano part.

‘Complete Surrender’ is the sound of a band coming into their own and creating an album brimming with confidence, skill and managing, throughout, to harness both the spirit of their influences and their constant desire to experiment.

Slow Club play a one off, full band show at London’s Village Underground on May 13th.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Slow Club return with their third album ‘Complete Surrender' out now.

"the best thing they have ever done" NME (On Repeat)
“Complete Surrender' may well be the finest album Slow Club have ever recorded.” – Clash
“The best album so far by a band that are already one of our finest: treasure them.” – Drowned in Sound
“Something that could take on the world, and very probably win’ – Drowned in Sound
“The sound of band consciously pushing themselves in a new direction” – The 405
“A departure from their previous indie-folk sound, a cinematic, orchestral pop track” - Shortlist
“Incredibly hooky, catchy, soulful and epic” – Music OMH

Press:

“Authentic soulfulness” 7/10 - Clash
“Soulful” 3/5 - Q
“Glorious” – Zero Core
4/5 – Attitude

A giant musical leap onwards from 2011’s Paradise, ‘Complete Surrender’, produced by Colin Elliot (Richard Hawley), is an exquisite collection of soulful, sophisticated pop songs with influences ranging from Frankie Valli and Marvin Gaye through to Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.

The album opens with the wonderful melancholia of ‘Tears of Joy’. A sultry beat and infectious bassline provide the skeleton of the track, whilst Charles and Rebecca’s trademark vocal interplay glides elegantly over the top, building into a chorus that perfectly showcases the rest of the album to come.

First single ‘Complete Surrender’ builds from the opening track, introducing a fuller sound, utilizing sweeping strings, a galloping beat and the band’s rich and soaring vocals to create a track that treads a perfect line between being wonderfully nostalgic and compellingly contemporary. ‘Suffering You, Suffering Me’ takes Slow Club’s new sound up yet another notch, opening with Rebecca’s intimate yet powerful vocal and progressing into an epic powerhouse of a pop song, complete with brass section and totally unforgettable hook.

Not ones to stick to any kind of formula, Charles and Rebecca pull things back for possibly the most moving moment, ‘Number One’, on which their voices and harmonies really come to the fore, gliding effortlessly over a simple, chord led piano part.

‘Complete Surrender’ is the sound of a band coming into their own and creating an album brimming with confidence, skill and managing, throughout, to harness both the spirit of their influences and their constant desire to experiment.

Slow Club play a one off, full band show at London’s Village Underground on May 13th.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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