11187290_829154097154753_5758294421002016702_oStreet Party in Soho are back with a new single ’17’ that captures their infectiously catchy ‘Liquid Candy Shop Afro-Pop’ perfectly.

The Newcastle four piece released their critically acclaimed debut single ‘Take Your Time’ in 2012 gaining XFM’s Single of The Week and airplay on BAFTA award winning reality TV show Made in Chelsea. This coverage generated industry attention from the likes of Kessinger Publishing, EMI Records, Columbia Records and Virgin Records along with major producers Alan Smyth (Arctic Monkeys/Pulp/Reverend and the Makers) and Gordon Raphael (The Strokes).

In the summer of 2013, Street Party in Soho played Brighton’s Great Escape Festival sharing a bill with the likes of The 1975 and Bastille as well as supporting Toploader at Corbridge Festival later that year before touring with King Charles early in 2014.

With three members who are eighteen years old and a drummer who is just seventeen, Street Party in Soho personify teenage energy but possess a talent for songwriting and musicianship that belies their youth, channeling influences like The Maccabees, Glass Animals and Bombay Bicycle Club.

Street Party in Soho have been chosen by hundreds of tastemakers across the UK to perform and sub-headline the Retreat stage at this year’s Evolution Emerging Festival on 23rd May 2015 in Newcastle Upon Tyne with more dates to be announced.

The Band:
Ryan Young – Lead Vocals / Guitar
Jackson Vert – Guitar / Backing vocals
Harry Webb – Bass / Sample Pad
Nathan Hogg – Drums

“Excellent. 100%. Very impressed”
GORDON RAPHAEL (Producer of THE STROKES)

“Probably the most talented band of 16 year olds in the country right now…”
LOUDER THAN WAR

“Unexpectedly romantic, unexpectedly heartfelt and unexpectedly genius”
AAA MUSIC

“A Great Song”
GARY CROWLEY (BBC Radio)

”Brilliant”
JIM GELLATLY (Amazing Radio)

“If they can handle the tsunami of hype that is inevitably going to hit them very soon, it seems a foregone conclusion that Street Party in Soho will be pretty massive this time next year”
MUSICOHM

“Unforgettable. One of the most promising bands on Tyneside”
VINYL PUPPET

“Already making waves, Ready to go global”
POP STEREO

“Street Party In Soho are the future”
LIVE4EVER

“A gripping song with a pop sensitive undertone”
WEAR ON THE PULSE

“Cooler than anything at the Mercury Awards”
THE GUARDIAN

“Single of the week. We love this. Big things to come”
XFM

LINKS:
Soundcloud link to ’17’ http://soundcloud.com/streetpartyinsoho/17a
Website: http://www.streetpartyinsoho.com
FB: http://www.facebook.com/partyinsoho
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/partyinsoho
Instagram: http://instagram.com/streetpartyinsoho

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