Feature : Tuesday Syndicate

Woolacombe on the North Devonshire coastline is a celebrated holiday resort, often considered a real gem for its breathtaking views and amazing surf breaks. Now it seems to have just added that little more of a sparkle to its identity, in the form of Tuesday Syndicate. This proud Devonshire trio has the image and musical style that creates that perfect union which constructs the elusive and indescribable showbiz entity called the X Factor. This is what they say true stars are made of and on this occasion, it appears to be coming straight out of Woolacombe.

Brought together by their love of music, with Sam on lead vocals and guitar, Ed on drums and percussion and Kristian on keyboards and guitar. Tuesday Syndicate has already set Devon’s vibrant music scene alight and have played gigs further afield in Bristol and London. As a testament to their rising star, they have also performed at the Isle of Wight festival alongside the likes of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Kings of Leon to name but a few.

Having already released their debut EP ‘What It’s Worth’ in 2014 to an overwhelmingly positive reception, they are currently in the process of recording new material with producer Jamie Evans. Describing their sound as ‘anthemic tunes that depict intimate and reflective moments’, which let’s face it, sounds pretty comforting. Their artistic strategy for the new material was by honing their songwriting skills and harmoniously combining it with melodic pop-rock beats. This has paid off in dividends as it superbly produces a sound that has mass appeal and is bound to give festival and live music revellers plenty to be pleased about. Furthermore, as it is a sound that they claim is tied to their Devonshire roots this will likely leave even the most critical of listeners feeling that if this is what Devon has to offer, then yes please, can we have some more Sir.

It is simply a matter of time before Tuesday Syndicate is given radio airplay but until then you can have a listen on Spotify.

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