The 7.20s Music added to Radio Warwickshire’s play List

Written by on July 2, 2013

With tunes that would be at home in sweat-filled venues full of drunken debauchery, The 7.20s have captured a sound that mixes The Doors, BRMC, Verve, Joy Division, U2 and many others to recreate their own sound. With the urban-influenced drumming talent of Steve Kavanagh and bass riffs from the younger Burnham, Eddie, the band’s rhythm section pushes the music and sound into the ears. Add the mesmerising and haunting guitars of the elder Burnham, Andy, the music takes on a new direction that ranges from heartbreaking sounds to dark riffs. Finally, with Ed Wright’s vocal swagger, full of saucer-eyed and elements of risqué hope that has been a likened to Ashcroft and Jagger, The 7.20s have created music that should be, as they have been told many times before, enjoyed by the masses.

“Number 3 in BBC Introducing Coventry and Warwickshire’s bands of 2012”, BBC Introducing
BBC Introducing, Coventry and Warwickshire
““Blue Jeans & Pills… one of my favourite tunes of 2010.” ”
Martin Winch – BBC Introducing
““…a refreshing sound that should be best enjoyed played loud in a dark muddy field. The 7.20’s really are the best band to come out of Rugby since Spiritualized.” ”
BBC Introducing
““The fact The 7.20’s remain unsigned is a mystery – don’t record companies want sure things anymore?” ”
Culture Deluxe
““A group of 5 friends… who never seem to put a foot wrong. A lovely mix of musical titans, past and present.” ”
It’s All Indie

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