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The Chadelics are a young Brit-Rock quartet from Cumbria who combine the essence of Punk with swirling jangly guitars and pop sensibilities. Led by vocalist and songwriter Joe Mansergh, the band have already earned the attention of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stevens and BBC Radio 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq, securing airplay on both shows, as well as being championed by BBC Introducing in Cumbria.

The Chadelics have gigged extensively across the UK, taking in support slots for Inspiral Carpets and a festival appearance at Kendal Calling where they were widely tipped as one of the highlights of the weekend. Their music was featured in the groundbreaking play ‘Red Tap/Blue Tiger’ at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014.

The Chadelics new double A side single ‘Out of Line’ and ‘I.C.U’ is released on 31st October 2015 as a digital download as well as on limited edition CD and vinyl, both will be available at live shows.

“The Chadelics have an incredibly rough and ready way of music and composing. The sound they strive for is “Jangly-pop and garage rock” in the words of Mansergh. Gritty guitar lines, round melodic bass lines and thumping tom work are what make The Chadelics the rough and edgy three piece they are. Mansergh has an incredibly distinct voice that works great for the band as well as impressive songwriting energy and creativity that started from the age of thirteen when he wrote his first song and has grown to the quality that it is today.”
Noise Cannon

“Behind the youthful on-stage exuberance, there’s a strong songwriting craft on show tonight, merging catchy riffs that attach themselves to your ears with strong, intelligent lyrics and delicious harmonies that will have both the kids and their parents swooning over them.”
Even The Stars

LINKS:
http://twitter.com/TheChadelics
http://www.facebook.com/Chadelics-351610731615284/timeline/
http://bandcamp.com/thechadelics1
http://soundcloud.com/the-chadelics
http://youtube.com/TheChadelics
http://www.thechadelics.co.uk

Live Dates:
12th September – The Zanzibar Club, Liverpool
26th September – Millom Workies, Cumbria
31st October – The Globe, Gosforth
7th November – Dirty Dozen, Millom
27th November – John Paul Jones, Whitehaven
26th December – Mighty Boof Boxing Day Festival, Whitehaven

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