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"Review by Hugh Gregory"

"...It hasn’t happened overnight though for each band member has embraced a variety of styles - heavy-rock, the blues, thrash, prog-rock – at one point or another working out what suited them best. This is the group’s strength, it is consensual: they like playing together. Headspace is a band, a unit, and what they play is the product of hard-work, while understanding instinctively what to discard has been a help too. Now with a stabilized line-up, David Page’s plangent chords bring attack and power to Ross Towner’s trenchant songs, while the rhythm section – Ross (bass) and Lee Verralls (drums) – is as muscular as anyone else around. Headspace have served time getting it right, doing the gigs and working the rehearsals. They are sharp, and getting sharper all the time. No Question!" - reviewer for Q,Mojo and Classic Rock


All about the money, Lay low and Big Shoes are included as in game music on Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 2009. Konami also release a compilation album of the games songs.
Debut album has been recorded and will be released July 2010.



Here’s a little info on a fresh exciting new band called ‘Headspace’, and how these three funny characters, ended up in one of the most talked up bands I’ve heard about for a long while.
Ross, the singer and Bass player of this curious unit, was brought up in Belgium, and can only agree with me when I asked him if this slightly unusual up bringing for an English lad  had had a big influence on the vibe of the lyrics he pens. “I can’t pretend that being able to get a beer in McDonalds, hardcore porn on TV and transvestites in every club didn’t have a slight impact on me.” Ross quips with a smile. 
“But I found the frustration of not fitting into a different culture, when I returned to the U.K, as the main catalyst for writing most of the time”.
Headspace was born through the frustration that these three friends shared after living in a small town on the south coast of the UK. They all soon fled to London to play bigger gigs with bigger bands, and made a real name for themselves with their  sarcasm soaked songs, and the world exposure they received from having three tunes on one of the most popular computer games around (Pro Evolution Football 2009).
They are known for their unique vocals but set themselves apart from even the top bands with their energetic live show. They love it, and love playing in this band, you can just see it,.
The energy that little Lee Verrals produces (drums), combined with the individual, catchy, yet driving riffs Dave (guitar) ingeniously scatters throughout the tunes, makes you want to move. “Our up and coming album’s called ‘Can’t Dance? Who Cares!’ for a reason” Dave says. “Cause we can’t (dance), and we don’t (care), but we still will”.
At a time when the industry is on its knees due to following trends that rely on big generic pop acts, we have a band who almost thrive on being different and who really have managed to create their own sound while not straying from the mainstream garage rock scene. A band who so many people truly believe could breathe life into this faltering industry and give fans that are into quality rock, real hope for the future.