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Revolvers are a four-piece London based indie rock band formed in October 2016 by University of West London student James Thurling. After swift changes in line-up, the band finally settled on James (vocals/lead guitar), fellow UWL student Will (rhythm guitar), Josiah (bass) and Rhys (drums). All members of the band originate from different parts of the UK and are all in London for various reasons but share a common passion and love for music.
The band are a purely original indie rock band who write and record their own material as well as doing the odd cover from some of their Indie Rock influences. Influences range from The Smiths to Arctic Monkeys to the Libertines to even Klaxons, just to name a few. The band also have a passion for classic rock from the 60's and 70's. All songs written by James Thurling, the band create the songs together and take advice from each other in the creative process.
Revolvers are an avid gigging band, constantly playing in and around the Greater London area. The band have headlined The Fiddler's Elbow, The O2 Academy 2 Islington, The Dublin Castle, The Camden Assembly and many more in the past and gigs yet to come. Revolvers want to become as successful as possible, currently recording their debut EP in the studios at university with producers so they can further promote their music. Revolvers hope with the help of releasing their debut EP they can further increase their fan-base from outside the university, colleagues, friends and family and into a broad London fan-base of fellow indie rock lovers.
Revolvers are proud to be part of the emerging London indie rock scene and hope to gain as many fans and all the attention they can get from London promoters and music industry professionals. Revolvers stay true to their love of rock music as heard in their original tunes. The band aim to do this by continuous gigging around the city and constantly updating their social media platforms and releasing new music as much as they can.
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Peace, love - Revolvers x