Floors and Walls
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Floors and Walls

Brighton, England, United Kingdom

Brighton, England, United Kingdom
Band Rock Hip Hop


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"Floors and Walls: talent that blows off the ceiling"

'Floors and Walls really do live up to the hype, overcoming any obstacle with incredible ease, to ultimately deliver something you’d be hard-pushed to believe isn’t already part of the mainstream. This is a band who, from the moment I first stumbled across them, have buoyed themselves into such a position that they remain one of my favourite things about student life in Brighton.' - The Badger

"Caught Live"

'.... Their energy is infectious as they strip down genre barries, experimenting with rock, MC-ing and melodies. Their dark sound puts them on a pedestal stretching years beyond their age.... The poise and professionalism they show on stage mean it would be an injustice if they never make it.' - The Sun

"Kerrang! Feature"

'It’s a brave band who dare combine sovereign-ring wearing, Carling-downing English urbanism with such funky riffs and weighty grooves. A highly original collision of disparate styles. Irritatingly good fun. KKK!' - Kerrang!

"Rock Sound feature"

'....While their raucous stage show has turned heads, its the fearsome foursome's blend of 90's alternative and funk with the skittish energy and vocal snarl of garage that really stands out....' - Rock Sound

"Big Cheese review"

'Coming on like a genre-smashing version of Head Automatica and Sonic Boom Six by way of Asian Dub Foundation and Dub War, Floors and Walls go for the head as well as the heart with album "What Can We Do Today?", mixing up Mod-rock, pop punk, dancehall and hip-hop to create something genuinely new and refreshing' - Big Cheese


'Head Access' single released Feb 07

'The Stand' single released April 07

'What can we do Today?' album released June 07

'Floors + Walls' self titled EP released Oct 09



Floors and Walls are on the cutting edge of a new sound rising from the streets of Brighton. An original yet very British mixture of urban and alternative music, the four piece have a tight, groove ridden sound.
Having released their debut album "What Can We Do Today?", reaching number 4 in the BBC6 Music independent chart, they set about touring consistently. With various appearances for BBC Introducing , performances at the Isle of Wight Festival, The Great Escape and ZOO8, the band have defined their sound and varied their market. As well as reaching the final round of the Road To V competition, including a live performance on Channel 4, the band also finished 2008 winning the Global Battle of the Bands, beating 27 countries from around the world to the grand prize.
2009 saw the band building on this previous success by entering the studio with producers Jim Lowe (Stereophonics) and Glen Matlock (The Sex Pistols) to record their forthcoming single "Tracey". A string of festival performances during the summer, including the Isle of Wight, Bestival and a main stage headline slot at Redfest, culminated in the band organising their own national headline tour in October, packing out venues across the country.

Floors and Walls are FUCKING BRILLIANT! I can't get their tunes out of my skull. It's an amazing package and what a frontman. They should be out kicking the arse of the Arctic Monkeys. - Mark Richardson - Feeder / Skunk Anansie

This band have taken the hip of The Streets, the heavy of Rage Against The Machine, fucked it all up and spat out their own chav-rock! - Mark Clayden - Pitchshifter / This Is Menace

These guys have tapped into something seriously interesting! - Kieron Pepper - The Prodigy

The best thing I've heard in years!" - Yap - One Minute Silence / PinkPunk