‘Sparks’ is the new EP from East-Midlands indie-folk band, The Tin Pigeons. The five piece have been lighting up the festival circuit with appearances at Secret Garden Party, Boardmasters, Lost Village, Barn On The Farm and Y Not Festival. With their newest creation ‘Sparks’ being playlisted on BBC Radio 1 they’ve received support from Clara Amfo, Adele Roberts, Scott Mills, Alice Levine and Dev.
Since forming at school in 2011, The Tin Pigeons comprised of Fraser (Guitar, Lead Vocals), George (Banjo, Vocals, Percussion), Doug (Guitar, Vocals) , Tom (Bass, Vocals) and Benedict (Percussion) developed a unique and exciting brand of pop music, combining folk lyricism, funky grooves and shimmering vocal harmonies to form an irresistibly fresh sound.
Drawing influences from Bombay Bicycle Club, Paul Simon, Two Door Cinema Club, Dog is Dead, Noah & Whale, The Tin Pigeons’ heart-jolting harmonies, dazzling melodies and warm, gentle atmospherics swoop in and wash over elegantly.
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