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Slaney Bay (UK)

"From a wild, youthful energy to the soft sadness that accompanies growing older."

Bio provided by artist:
Fusing soft, introspective lyricism with effervescent, ear-worm riffage, South-West London based trio Slaney Bay have already cemented their place within the alt-indie landscape. The band consists of three childhood friends; Cait Whitley (vocals) Joel Martin (bass) & Will Nicola-Thompson (guitar). Hotly tipped by likes of Dork (Hype List 2023) and Under The Radar (23 for 2023), the indie newcomers’ made quite the early impression on the release of their debut EP ‘A Life Worth Living’ (Nov 2022).

Returning from a manic few months on the live circuit, including widely-acclaimed slots at The Great Escape and Dot To Dot, the band released their sophomore EP ‘Why Does Love Mean Loss?’ (Sep 2023). The band’s gripping and unbridled energy is showcased throughout the EP, building on significant early press support (Billboard, The Independent, Dork, Gigwise, The Line Of Best Fit) and several BBC Radio 1 (Jack Saunders) and BBC 6 Music (Steve Lamacq) spins. The band are now gearing up for an even bigger 2024 with lots of new music and shows in the pipeline!

Bio provided by artist:
Fusing soft, introspective lyricism with effervescent, ear-worm riffage, South-West London based trio Slaney Bay have already cemented their place within the alt-indie landscape. The band consists of three childhood friends; Cait Whitley (vocals) Joel Martin (bass) & Will Nicola-Thompson (guitar). Hotly tipped by likes of Dork (Hype List 2023) and Under The Radar (23 for 2023), the indie newcomers’ made quite the early impression on the release of their debut EP ‘A Life Worth Living’ (Nov 2022).

Returning from a manic few months on the live circuit, including widely-acclaimed slots at The Great Escape and Dot To Dot, the band released their sophomore EP ‘Why Does Love Mean Loss?’ (Sep 2023). The band's gripping and unbridled energy is showcased throughout the EP, building on significant early press support (Billboard, The Independent, Dork, Gigwise, The Line Of Best Fit) and several BBC Radio 1 (Jack Saunders) and BBC 6 Music (Steve Lamacq) spins. The band are now gearing up for an even bigger 2024 with lots of new music and shows in the pipeline!




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