Listen in tonight to Trafford Sound as we’ll be on the Live and Local show sometime between 8-10pm playing a couple of tracks acoustic and chatting about upcoming gigs and plans.
Big thanks to turn up that volume for their kind words on ‘Sleepless’
“A captivating wall-of-guitar monster fueled with vehement vocals and a hammering rhythm section. This three-piece’s heated intensity will fuel your engine instantly. Top!”
Check it out here, featured alongside other great sounding tracks.
We were played again on BBC introducing Manchester on Michelle Hussey’s show.
Listen here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04ycj74
We’re played at 53:21
This is our cover of Temptation by New Order.
MASSIVE thanks for last night. We made an AMAZING £403.22 for Lifeshare, big thanks again to The Twisted Dolls & Night Host for playing fantastic sets and to the Castle Hotel for having us.Also to everyone for your generosity and for making it such an incredible night! We adore you.EJN xx
Posted by Gardenback on Thursday, 29 December 2016
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.