Savannah “Music Is My High”
Music Is My High is the third single from UK indie/rock band Savannah, and reason alone to be excited about the emergence of the Telford hailing quartet. The song shows a tantalising mix of flavours which no doubt will lure references to Brit pop bands of the nineties but its uniting of sound has seeds further back in music history whether by intention or coincidence.
A persistent blaze of sound and enterprise from start to finish, Music Is My High is one of those songs which demands and quickly receives attention. Yes 2016 is looking another very healthy year for Savannah, and in turn, our ears.
The Slumdogs “Lost and Found”
Blackpool quartet The Slumdogs released thier debut single “Lost and Found” Friday 1st of April at The Bootleg Social Club in their home town With old friends Savannah & new friends Tiger Tribes both as support the night was surely one of the best for live music in Blackpool.
The track was recorded at Motor Museum Studios in Liverpool by Al Groves, the fast rising producer who has been mastermind behind many recently release from bands such as Bring Me The Horizon.
“Lost and Found” truly captures the light indie sound that The Slumdogs have developed as a band and highlights their effectiveness as a group.
Savannah “Back Street Robber” / “Live Your Life”
Our most prominent release, the double A-side single from Savannah “Back Street Robber” / “Live Your Life”.
Released back in May, the double A-side has dramatically raised the profile of the band since its release with the ever popular gritty true to life video staring Dawley local legend Mad Chris. The release has made Savannah a household name within Telford & their work has helped create a new light and buzz around the area. The tracks themselves were record at Magic Garden Studios with Gavin Monaghan and are reminiscent of early Britpop & light 60’s rock with each track having its own unique identity.
Telford Recording Studio Shropshire
Hartfield Studio’s, Telford’s premier recording studio is another arm to the Hartfield Records family.