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LUCKY PUNKS are Adam Pizey (Drums, Vocals), Ross Kelly (Guitar, Lead Vocals), Tom Harrison (Bass) and Cameron Smith (Guitar, Keys, Vocals). LUCKY PUNKS are making waves with their unique, but unmistakably British sound. Read my review on Chatsong and listen to the songs, give comments and star ratings underneath this review.
LUCKY PUNKS are Adam Pizey (Drums, Vocals), Ross Kelly (Guitar, Lead Vocals), Tom Harrison (Bass) and Cameron Smith (Guitar, Keys, Vocals). Growing up on their parents’ record collections, the boys from Bucks were raised on a diet of baked beans and great British bands. They cite a wide-ranging list of influences, from The Kinks to Duran Duran. With elements of mid-90s Britpop, proto-punk and gritty New Wave, their Albarn-esque witticisms and driving guitars combine to form a captivating live performance. Having originally met at school whilst in other bands, fate caused Adam, Ross and Tom to come together whilst at university in the North East. With their line up now complete with Cameron, LUCKY PUNKS are making waves with their unique, but unmistakably British sound.
Above you can read this band’s biography, I found it on their Facebook page; which is updated regularly so getting liking. Now their music came to my ears. Whilst I was listening to another artist I was reviewing at the time, Soundcloud’s similar tracks section suggested me to listen to Lucky Punks. When listening through to their music, I felt it earned my spotlight. So today they will get their review.
The first song called ‘I Want You To Say’ has a nice intro riff, which is accompanied by lovely melodies and hooks as the song builds up. The vocalist’s voice fits perfectly in the song. The chorus is lovely to listen too as well as catchy. Lyrically this band has a lot to say. ‘I Want You To Say’ is a great example of why I’m confident that this band has a lot of potential.
Their other material offers great tunes and beautiful sounds. This is good material for radio stations. They are almost as good as all the famous bands I hear on television or the radios at home on a daily basis. I can barely hear a difference between the world famous bands you hear on the radio, these artists can reach that level as they are just that good. This band has one song on band camp and three on SoundCloud. All three songs they’ve released are well put together and it is obvious a lot of time and care has gone into this music, with stunning vocals on each song. If it were up to me they would already be on MTV and topping the charts around the world. This is great music! With the right exposure, more and more people will listen to this music and they’ll soon have dedicated fans. They could even rival bands such as 5 Seconds Of Summer. With their own unique songs and band name ‘Lucky Punks’ they’re ready to storm the gigging scene playing tunes that offer great energy and sing-along choruses. I’m really looking forward to seeing what this band does next. These guys have to be heard worldwide, so please share this review as much as you can!
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