Blaenavon Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Let’s Pray is the second track from Blaenavon’s upcoming debut album and it certainly sounds like the real deal. Some heavy bass circling around some quiet-quiet-loud guitar and stellar vocals. It reminds me of The Maccabees or a rockier Alt-J.
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Blaenavon are still pretty new as a band, the membership holding down an average age of 19, but it is already two years since they debuted. Miss World is an EP of new material, and sounds like an accomplished indie rock band, the songs and production an appropriate number of notches further up the ‘epic’ sca...view item
People have been waiting for this one to drop. After a slew of incredibly successful singles on Transgressive they now bring a debut album from the three lads from Hampsire - Blaenavon. A self professed reflective record of their youth, and you can bet there’s gonna be some summer smashers in there....view item
A few weeks ago Li'l Biz wondered aloud how teenagers make music as mundane and anaemic as London Grammar. I have no idea. When I was a teenager I was a fucking idiot, throwing stuff about everywhere. The last thing I could've done would be to have sat down and written a weepy ballad or had anything at all to...view item
Good grief, these bands just get younger and younger don’t they! Well the latest lot to try to follow in the footsteps of The Arctic Monkeys, Hanson, The Osmonds and The Jackson Five are the memorably-named Blaenavon, a trio with an average age of 16, who on ‘Into The Night’ mix ...view item
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