Cool slice of indie pop – Bought It For The Bottle

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Bought It For The Bottle all met at secondary school and have been playing jangly indie pop songs ever since.

Consisting of Liam Talbot, bass and vocals, Bradley Cox and Jack Dwyer, guitar, with Chris Seaman on drums, the band now make several appearances across London since their formation last year. They’re are a clean cut slice of indie pop talent.

Citing their musical influences from Paramore, Catfish and the Bottlemen to The Night Café and Coin, which shine through in their latest single ‘Found’.

With light and airy guitar riffs that go into a drum crashing chorus with charmful vocals. Their songs reflect on thoughts and feelings on relationships and growing up in a modern, fast-paced world. It’s bright, upbeat and a proper summer anthem.

The guys are steadily notching up a succession of live appearances around Berkshire and London. They’ve also made several radio appearances and participated in live lounge sessions at Greenwich University.

The single ‘Found’ is currently on the ICM Discoveries playlist. Following to constantly discover new artists.

To accompany the song, Bought It For The Bottle have produced a polished avant-garde music video (below), set in a surreal dream world. So why not come along, support local Maidenhead talent, and check them out on tour.

Live shows:

March
8 – Luna Lounge, Leytonstone
21 – 93 Feet East, Shoreditch
23 – Student Union, Portsmouth

April
11 – The Facebar, Reading