After a series of successful shows in Hastings - the town best known for crafting sophisticated sounds - Someone Anyone is branching out.
The 6-piece band’s energy and passion on stage show they have something special that cannot be cultivated; it seems their hard work has paid off.
They're set to headline Brixton Hootananny this Summer, as well as playing prestigious festivals such as Beautiful Days Festival, Stanton Calling and more. Each show will be individualised by frontman Harry Osborne’s eccentric character, which is revealed with his comedic one-liners between songs. With a fresh line-up, Osborne will be joined on stage by James Gulliver (Drums), Jamie Thomas (Bass), Lewis Todd (Guitar), Dan McConkey (Saxophone) and Poppy Prescott (Backing Vocals).
“this is the best work we've written, everyone is getting more involved and coming together” says Osborne. “We've managed to harness more on the melodies in these new songs and when we go in the studio, we won't be gambling. We know what we want.”
Someone Anyone are set to record and release a new EP this summer, partly fundraised by fans and the remaining from shows. They're also offering gifts of unreleased music and merchandise for donations of £10 and more. Click HERE for more details.
With a new studio being built in Osborne's garden in Pett Level, it seems this is just the start for Someone Anyone. “As a band we’ll have the tools to be more creative. We cannot wait!”