Witterquick are establishing their new blood status following their popular self-release of ‘Soldiers’, 'Fade Out', and a SOLD OUT UK tour with fellow rockers Nothing But Thieves.
Following the release of ‘The Otherside’ they recorded their debut 5-track EP with world renowned producer Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon, Twin Atlantic, Lower Than Atlantis) at his studio in Cardiff. The band cited working with Romesh as a huge step for them, and they didn’t take it lightly. “We got a call back from Romesh saying that he’d love to work with us, that was one of the first moments when we thought ok…this is getting serious.”
After then the release of singles 'Fade Out' and 'Rise', Witterquick brought out their debut EP 'Beneath the Spinning Lights' to rave reviews; including a full page feature in Kerrang! Magazine, and an invite to play at the Radio 1 Academy show, which was recorded live and played on the Huw Stephens show.
BTSL hit the iTunes album chart at #34, and the iTunes alternative chart at #9.
“WITTERQUICK are a band with a massive sound and anthemic songs. I knew I wanted to work with them as soon as I heard Rise!” - Romesh Dodangoda Long Wave Studios
“…Will Alford is one of the finest front men that Devon has produced in recent years…WITTERQUICK needed to be played on the show, and the response from listeners was proof we made the right decision…” – James Santer BBC Introducing Devon
In the words of lyricist Ana Nowosielska, the Glasgow rock band are “painting stories in real life” with their infectious brand of pop-rock. Altered Sky stand out from the crowd with their upbeat, punkish sensibility which is the backbone to their radio-friendly college rock.
Formed in 2010, this hard-working band have travelled along the traditional route of playing small venues up and down the country. Those efforts look set to bear fruit as the stages, crowds and fan base all are becoming bigger, alongside the bands they are playing with.
Career highlights so far include two supports with We Are The In Crowd at the Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh, one of which was opening Slam Dunk Scotland 2014. The band have also supported The Wonder Years, Decade, State Champs, A Loss For Words, The La Fontaines and Neck Deep.
At the end of last year, Altered Sky released their self-funded debut album, Without Wonderland - Hailing a KKKK review from Kerrang along with airplay for it's leading singles too.
“These guy’s are seriously cool. Pure melodic-rock awesomeness!” - Alex Baker, Kerrang Radio
Since 2015 the band has released 3 singles, ‘Brave The Fall’, ‘Forgive|Forget’ & 'Tales', all of which premiered on Kerrang.com and were playlisted on Kerrang! TV. They did their first mini headline tour in December and headed out on a mega 11 date UK tour with Room 94. In 2016 AR played the Main Stage at Fort Fest & Teddy Rocks Festival, sharing the stage with Young Guns & Don Broco. the band were voted as 3rd in Kerrang's! Best New Band readers poll 2016.
'Autumn Ruin output a sound that leaves plenty for fans to like from the danceable record opener to the inevitable crowd singing, anthemic closer and show that at the very least, they deserve a chance in the spotlight. - Soundfiction.net
'This is a great addition to the Pop-Rock genre, so fresh and I hope the band go far because the genre needs this band.' - Noizze UK
Age Restrictions: Over 14s only, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.