Köln based writer, Savannah has written a short piece for the release of our new single.
The grungy guitar riff of Sleepless instantly reels you in as it welcomes you to a sound that you have never heard before. Gardenback simultaneously comes in together with a loud bang that creates a track that will have you listening on repeat all weekend. Ellis James’ edgy vocals perfectly coincide with his melodic bass lines as he sings the anthemic chorus:
“I wish I was someone you could love.”
The Weekend Showcase 3.11 edition has decidedly international flavor with three-fifths of the artists coming from outside the USA. Fifty-two songs occupy the mega-playlist, and the artists represent 14 countries.
IT was quite some night when Oldham roared into Manchester’s iconic Night and Day Cafe venue in the Northern Quarter – and they well and truly smashed it!
That’s right, I was inside the packed venue for the latest Manchester showcase night from national promoters This Feeling, and two of the four bands – Gardenback, from Saddleworth, and Mossley’s Proletariat – did our town proud.
We got turned onto Gardenback by Cabbage recently, so there was a good chance they were gonna be good…
The little Indie blog makes ‘Sleepless’ track of the day.
“Gardenback are back with a new single titled “Sleepless”. The Manchester based trio have been releasing tracks for a while with a few breaks in between singles…”
Read more on THE REVUE http://therevue.ca/2017/03/20/the-matinee-march-20th/
Author: Wendy Redden
Get the Oldham Chronicle today (28/02/2017) to see a mention about our next gig at Night and Day in Manchester with This Feeling.
Pick up the Oldham Chronicle (Official) Feb 7th to find a feature on us talking about previous gigs, future plans, San Francisco, studio time and CABBAGE.
Massive thanks to Simon Smedley