Partisan has always been a band that takes it to the next level. And this time around they topped even that expectation with their new single titled ‘Crisis’. And this time it’s for a good cause. Fighting that one thing that can affect us all and that is homelessness. Most of us have either been there or been close to being there, myself included. And to hear such a public dilemma put so eloquently into words and music in a way that only Partisan can do is enough to bring an action to the attention. Please, do yourself a favor and make sure this song is listened to and not just heard.
Formed in Manchester in 2013, Partisan is a Rock band who are committed to their cause. Their punchy, bold and unflinching anthems are taking authentic Rock back into the mainstream, evidenced by their ever-increasing fanbase.
The band is Stuart Armstrong (lead vocals and guitar), Dan Albon (bass) and Leo Stanfield (drums). Founding member Armstrong’s previous band Six10Repeater established him as a force to be reckoned with; the band won coveted support slots with the likes of Nine Black Alps, Babyshambles, The Damned and Status Quo and appeared in Pro Evolution Soccer. Xfm (now Radio X) named them as Best Unsigned Band 2009, and their supporters included BBC 6 Music’s Mark Radcliffe and the BBC Introducing team.
Partisan has worked with notable producers Jim Spencer and Mike Bennett, they’ve gigged extensively across the UK and played iconic American venues Pianos in New York and Whiskyagogo in Los Angeles. International airplay has marked them out as one of the UK’s hottest exports.
SOURCE: Official Bio
“Cool name and band! Interesting sound here, wonder where they’ll take it to next…”
Kirk Brandon, Theatre of Hate
“Juggernaut grasps the energy and drive needed to succeed in writing the perfect Rock track.”
Treble with the Bass
“Partisan have honed the Manchester indie swagger into a sound that will crash straight through your skull and leave you breathless.”
“Every time I have seen them live they have been amazing, and it’s surely a matter of time before the rest of the world catches on to how good they are – the future of rock and roll is safe in their hands!”
Shane Lee, Hebden Radio