All Mighty Whispers
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All Mighty Whispers

Rugby, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

Rugby, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
Band Rock Adult Contemporary


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"All Mighty Whispers"

From the opening sequence it is obvious that this debut album is something very special - intelligent, adult, symphonic soft rock with a chill-out ambience. The Norwich based band have a terrific sound full of mature songs enhanced by striking arrangements, with tracks flowing effortlessly into one another, generating a feeling of well being and tranquility. Stand-outs for me are Spiritual, based on Hollywood stars of the past, the laid back 60s West Coast style Thinking Saturday and the catchy title song. There are just not enough words to describe the brilliance of this album, whose classical influences would go down well on the playlist at the sophisticated Cafe del Mar (Ibiza), and it is hard to believe that the band, who produce and record most of their material in their own studio, have not been signed up by now. Album available from Virgin and Soundclash./Linda Barrington-Smith - Eastern Daily Press. UK


1st album: "Ex: The album". "Exmusic Record" Self distribution. Available on Itunes.

2nd album: "Love Revolution" (Exmusic Records). Physical distribution by Shellshock for Europe.

EP One. Available on Itunes (discontinued)

3rd Album: "Sun in our Eyes" Official release October 2012

4th album: "Tanks and Guns". Official release October 2012



3 piece English Leftfield Pop/Rock/Indie

Started as a collaborative effort between Alick Letort (who has previously worked with, Kim Wilde, Shane McGowan (The Pogues), and a hosts of others) and singer/lyricist Peter Hill in London.

Their first album titled EX came out on their own label Exmusic Records. The song "Iceman Chill" from that record was played by Top UK BBC radio DJ Janice Long on numerous times who then seeked the duo for a live BBC interview. BBC Radio 5 followed by playing the song on one of their Saturday afternoon shows. The duo was approached by numerous industry companies. The duo carried on and enlisted the help of Steve Necchie on drums for their second album Love Revolution. Now a trio, the band secured a Europe wide physical distribution deal on the strength of the new songs with Shellshock UK. Songs from the Love Revolution album have notably been played on BBC Radio 2 by Marc Radcliffe , BBC Radio Norfolk (the band having moved to Norwich by then) with live on air interview, BBC Radio Cambridge as well as radios from Poland/Switzerland/France/Japan/USA. The album received a 5 Star review in the Eastern Daily Press as well as a plug on National French TV (FR3). Songs from this album were featured heavily on many podcasts and vidcasts (ie: around the web. 2 songs were featured on 2 compilation CDs. (Fingertips and Shifted Sounds).. Songs were aired/piped throughout major retail stores in the UK via Pulse Radio. Songs were aired on Radio Woxy in the USA. US College Radios have also played songs from the Love Revolution album.
20th Century Fox have licenced the song Heaven have me now from the band and was included in a teledrama called "Desire".

The song "Sun in our Eyes" has been aired around the USA on the TV series "Roadtrip Nation" and is included in a CD compilation.

A 4 song EP (now discontinued) recorded in the UK and mixed in Poland, received airplay notably by Tom Robinson on BBC Radio 6 as well as BBC Radio Norfolk and was given a 4 Star review from the Eastern Daily Press.
The band are currently working out a strategy for a 3rd and 4th new album, currently mixed and mastered with finished artwork, for an October 2012 release. Lately the band were asked to support "Jon Allen" who is currently receiving major airplay in the UK with his song Dead Mans Suit at the Norwich Art Centre. The gig was a sell out.
Alick from the band is also invloved in producing French indie pop songs with a young talented up and coming artist "Yoann" from Paris.

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