Freedom of the City defined by epic soundscapes and thumping choruses

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Up and coming band Freedom Of The City are defined by their epic soundscapes and genre-defying brand of alternative rock.

Born the musical Mecca that is Manchester, Freedom Of The City shared their latest single ‘Bad Taste’ earlier last year which carries the sound of Kasabian with a thumping chorus.

Freedom Of The City have captured the attention of some of the biggest names in the music business, recently collaborating with Manchester producing legend and sound engineer, Andy Macpherson to produce their first album.

Founded by writer and lead vocalist, George Brown, (alongside Paul Cantwell – Guitar & Vocals, Si Goodwin – Drums & Vocals and Chris Eifflaender – Bass & Vocals) the band were brought together by their passion for music and bring together a wide blend of musical talent. Touring at festivals and venues around the country, they have honed their craft, defining the unique Freedom Of The City sound.

The four-piece are about big noise and bigger production values. The influences of classic stadium rock are layered with strings and brass to create tracks that are complex but anthemic. Pounding beats soar into roaring chorus’. This is noise that makes a crowd want to stand up, shout out and get involved.

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