ABOUT DREW DAVIES
In this strange, dystopian and technicolored era where experience and authenticity are top dollar, Drew Davies delivers as an original sonic explorer…Having toured the continent of heavy metal and gained underground notoriety treading the boards of Download and Bloodstock Festivals, Drew Davies staunchly claims new territory as he begins the writing of Holloway Nights.
There is a heavy tenderness about his new work, even with his son-of-a-bitch wild screams and the occasional power chord; the lo-fi beats, dusty funk licks and Roland Juno join forces to create something as intimate as it is expansive. Occasionally breaking through his grand analog ensemble is something hopeful and almost tangible - a wholesome sound imbued with the musical traditions and legacy of the steel city where he was born.
Biography by Jack Bentinck, Festival Director.
"Drew Davies has produced a wonderful collection of captivating songs"
"Anthemic 70's gusto big enough to fill an arena"
"Absolutely fantastic...Influenced by David Bowie and Peter Gabriel"
"Empowering lyrics and warming vocals"
"A stunningly captivating indie rock belter"
"A timeless piece of indie rock"
"Monstrous vocals and more hooks than a slaughterhouse"
"Balladry like Axl Rose used to write...here's a band with it's own agenda. And which doesn't suck..."