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The Inkhearts are due to release two tracks ‘Temper Temper’ and ‘Uptight’ by digital download on November 17th 2014.

The Inkhearts formed in 2010 when the members, then young teenagers, were introduced to each other at a music tuition initiative at The Engine Rooms, Skelmersdale. Originally a seven piece, it was only when three original members left that the band found their sound and started to write and gig more seriously.

With three members aged just eighteen and one aged nineteen, The Inkhearts’ music screams enthusiasm and teenage energy yet its underlined by a songwriting prowess that transcends their youth. Citing influences like The Vaccines, Two Door Cinema Club and The Libertines, the band are well versed in the art of mainstream indie pop but their intricately layered tracks have got an individualism that sets their sound apart, giving them an identity all of their own.

Their last single ‘Keeping Up’, described by Amazing Radio’s Jim Gellatly as a ‘cracking track’, was produced by The Farm’s Carl Hunter and Gary Westhead at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool. The single recieved widespread airplay across the UK, Europe and America, it was chosen as Janice Long’s BBC Radio 2 ‘Janice Loves’ track and was selected by Artrocker for inclusion in their New Blood feature.

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http://soundcloud.com/theinkhearts-1
http://twitter.com/TheInkhearts
http://www.youtube.com/theinkhearts1

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