Bella Feud

Bella Feud

 Brighton, England, GBR
BandAlternativePop

With a host of call to action and yet humble lyrics, “Mountains fall just like molehills crumble” - Try It Again and a spattering of catchy melodies like those from ‘Makes No Sense’ you will find it hard not to feel simultaneously uplifted and moved as you whistle your way out of the club

Biography

The name, Bella-Feud, comes from the two main themes of life; Love and Hate and how they are intrinsically linked to form two sides of the same coin. The bands ‘Baroque Pop’ sound is accomplished using techniques like layered harmony vocals influenced by the likes of Arcade Fire, The Besnard Lakes and Cloud Control, to name a few. The two founding members of the band, Zoe and Richard, both hail from small towns around Southampton and moved to Brighton, where they met, in September 2010 to write and perform.

So far the band have played a handful of shows around the south coast of the UK including the Komedia, Brighton, “I enjoyed the mix of female and male vocals” , pippasays.wordpress.com, Concorde 2, Brighton, and the Queen Inn, Winchester. Currently the Band are recording their first EP and playing live shows around Brighton with the aim of playing live in London and around the UK in the very near future.

The group is made up of Richard Nast (El Zilcho!) on vocals, guitar and ukulele, Zoe Croune (The Ramblings) on vocals, piano and glock, Adam Kay (Them The Sky) on guitar, Rob Ranger (Spagetti Anywhere) on bass and Peter Hovard (Anagrams) on drums.

Discography

Currently recording first EP

Makes No Sense demo is available to stream via: soundcloud.com/bellafeud/makes-no-sense-demo

Set List

White Lights (3.40)
Going Home (3.25)
Between The Lines (3.00)
Try It Again (3.00)
Makes No Sense (3.53)