The band worked with award-winning string arranger Audrey Riley who previously worked with bands such as Foo Fighters and Muse.
This band was entirely self-made and self-funded and promises to be ‘climbing to great heights and beyond’ in 2012.
Vocalist and bass player Chris Glithero said: “As soon as I screamed those lyrics, I knew right then that I had the album title. It encompassed every feeling I’d had during the making of this record,” he then added “We never went near a studio. We were sat in an empty house in winter, with ants everywhere and no heating, but our amps were still buzzing and we were talking about how we could find a way to record an orchestra.”
Drummer Oli Middleton said: “The title sounds like a negative, but this album is about wisdom, and it’s relentlessly optimistic.”
Make sure to catch them on their tour in February and March.
28 FIGHTING COCKS Kingston (18+ show) Doors 7.30pm
1 watershed NEWPORT PAGNELL
2 Fibbers YORK
3 Parish HUDDERSFIELD
5 Hydrant BRIGHTON
7 Dry Bar MANCHESTER
8 Harlow Square
9 Finns Rock Pub WEYMOUTH
10 Rock City NOTINGHAM
11 Nambucca LONDON
13 Flapper BIRMINGHAM
14 The Well LEEDS
15 The Vic Inn DERBY
16 Kasbah COVENTRY
Tickets available at www.ents24.com