- A Place To Call Our Own Joe Symes and the Loving Kind 0:30
- Follow You Joe Symes and the Loving Kind 0:30
- It’s All Make Believe Joe Symes and the Loving Kind 0:30
- Say You’re Gonna Be Mine Joe Symes and the Loving Kind 0:30
Joe Symes and the Loving Kind have released their new EP titled ‘A Place To Call Our Own’. Joe and the boys have always been consummate songwriters to my ears but, with this latest and all too long awaited outing, we get more of an experienced and weathered band. What I mean by this is that the songs are almost ahead of the crowd, in a good way. We get that signature songwriting and construction, but with more experience, reflection, and just plain more of everything. Is this what happens when a monster of a band takes too long of a break? Guess we’ll have to find out next time. Cool thing is, there will be a next time.
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About Joe Symes and the Loving Kind
Joe Symes and the Loving Kind are a three-piece rock band based in Liverpool, UK.
The band has not long finished a two-and-a-half-year tour, playing major venues across the UK and parts of Europe, supporting major acts such as The Christians, Dodgy, XTC, Republica, Bloc Party, Starsailor, and Steve Cradock (Ocean Colour Scene/Paul Weller), as well as headlining Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds After-show Party on the main stage of the Liverpool 02 Academy 1 twice; all in promotion of their critically acclaimed second album Phase II: an album that has gained airplay on radio stations all over the UK – primarily being a six week feature on BBC Introducing – and the rest of the world, as well as reviews, magazine interviews, and endorsements by celebrities from the world of show business such as Michael Keaton (Beetlejuice, Batman, Jackie Brown), Robin Weigert (Deadwood, Sons of Anarchy), Michael Shiflett (Lincoln, Killing Kennedy, Evan Almighty), Matthew Modine (Birdy, Full Metal Jacket, Pacific Heights), Andy Moore (Emmerdale), and John McArdle (Brookside, Emmerdale, And the Beat Goes On), to name a few.