Narrow Plains have grown a lot in such a small time frame but that’s hardly surprising when you take into account that Narrow Plains are comprised of two blood brothers and their brother from another mother. What is surprising is the clarity of vision their music brings to the masses. Their songs are catchy. It’s as simple as that. It’s a perfectly blended mix of individual input, strong originality, and picking up the torch where artists such as Crowded House and The Alarm, among many others, have left off.
We talk to two of the three (Roger and Stuart Connick) for an exclusive interview about their formation, their latest recording project as well as the past, present, and future.
About Narrow Plains:
Narrow Plains are a three piece, folk/rock band based in London. They formed in 2012 after they self produced their debut EP “Somewhere in Between”.
They believe passionately in live music and have played prestigious venues such as 02 Academy 2, 100 Club, Proud Camden, Barfly, Cavern Club; and festivals like Willow, Lechlade, Redfest, Yard Life. They have just released a new double A single “So Rewind/Keep You Anyway”.
They all believe passionately in live music. They have performed at prestigious venues such as the 02 Academy Islington, 100 Club, Barfly, Cavern Club; and at festivals like The Willow Festival, Redfest, Shoreditch, Yardlife, Lechlade and Amprocks (gala).
They have written and performed a large number of new songs and recently signed an album deal with Smart Indie Music.
Narrow Plains are:
Charlie Ferriday (Guitar, Vocals)
Roger Connick (Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals)
Stuart Connick (Drums, Backing Vocals)