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Indie Acts To Watch 2015 – Nothing But Thieves

2015 is nearly here which means new Indie acts to keep your eye out for- today is Nothing But Thieves

So it’s nearly time for us all to celebrate another year ending. Hopefully 2014 has brought you a few new favourite bands that you’ll be following for the next few years, but if it hasn’t do not worry. 2015’s breed of indie is just as promising (if not more so). Across the new year we will be bringing you HTF Indie’s top tips for acts who have the potential to steal your musical hearts away.

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Ok, so technically Nothing but Thieves have been around since 2011, however we are predicting big things for these guys in 2015. Hailing from the quaint seaside town Southend-on-Sea, the five piece band is slowing making waves (see what I did there), having been signed to RCA Victor and being selected by Apple for their upcoming selection of ‘New Artists 2015’. What with that and their distinct sound it’s clear to see that 2015 is definitely going to be their year.

Having released their first EP Graveyard Whistling in 2014, the band has gone from strength to strength. They have recently released their upcoming single ‘Wake up Call’, a blend of melodic vocals, pounding guitars and a catchy as sin chorus which fans of Bastille and Royal Blood will love, Nothing But Thieves are the epiphany of great British Indie-pop.

If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the beautiful acoustic song ‘Lover Please Stay’ you are most definitely missing out. The combination of Conor Mason’s haunting vocals combined with poignant lyrics, accompanied only by an acoustic and electric guitar help make this song something utterly brilliant, powerful and moving.

After performing at The Great Escape festival this year and sold out shows at London’s Sebright Arms the band are now embarking on a nationwide tour and working on their debut album, which we can only anticipate will be sublime.


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