Up and coming indie-rock band, Avocado Sunrise, release their debut single on Friday.
The Isle of Wight teenage quartet, comprising of Jake Goodrum, Patrick Bray, George Lawrence and Finn Sandy, recorded the track, called 17, in a bedroom using just a single mic, and it was mastered at the local Studio 5A.
Since playing their first gig back in December, the lads have had a big few months, impressing audiences supporting ECSESS, playing at the Atmos Music launch party, and winning a Battle of the Bands competition at Coburg’s.
Their sound is inspired by the likes of The 1975 and Catfish and the Bottlemen, as well as fellow Islanders XOCKHA, who they shared a bill with at Trinity Theatre.
Lead singer Jake Goodrum said: “We’re massively proud of our first single, 17, and hopefully it will be well received.
“Performing songs we’ve written to an audience is very rewarding, so we’re looking forward to seeing how well it goes down.”
Avocado Sunrise’s single will be available to stream from Friday on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, Bandcamp, Google Play, and Deezer.
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