Heroes of She

Heroes of She

 Lancaster, England, GBR
BandPopRock

Unforgettable , biting lyrics and a wall of sound achieved by combining powerful Hammond and drums with the soaring harmonies of two female lead singers.

Biography

"Hot, sexy and dynamic" - Kevin Roberts, CEO Worldwide Saatchi & Saatchi.

‘IN CASE YOU'VE EVER WONDERED WHAT THELMA AND LOUISE, REBORN IN AN EXPLOSION OF WILD HAMMOND POWER GROOVE WOULD SOUND LIKE...MEET HEROES OF SHE'
(Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music)

'Oh my God! This is what I would define as up beat energy! These guys with their Pop Punk blew me away, two stunningly talented singers, dancing and singing at the pace dictated by a strong drumming style and the beautiful sound of a superb Hammond. I would define Heroes of She as commanding a very interesting style. I would definitely recommend following this band. Check them out at www.myspace.com/heroesofshe and see where this insanity is moving.' (Ricardo Feuchter, Collabora Productions. Troubadour gig, Feb 09)

Emerging from the dark cellars and clubs of Lancaster in 2006, Heroes of She burst onto the scene with a unique line-up of Hammond, drums and two girl vocals. Instantly separated from the growing legions of guitar bands, they created their own powerful sound.

After playing gigs throughout the UK and guesting on BBC radio they found time to record their first album ‘Never Going Home’, which mixes Amy and Helen’s soaring vocals with stadium-ready anthems to create a genre defining album that explodes with heart pounding post-punk pop. With standout tracks like ‘Don’t Love Me’ the album defines their stripped-down, energetic groove. Produced by the band, ‘Never Going Home’ is forceful, feisty and fresh.

Along the way, they beat off all competition in the British Telecom Battle of the Bands competition to become ‘Best Northwest Band’.

Discography

Album - NEVER GOING HOME (due for release Jan. 2009)

Single - DON’T LOVE ME (release 29th Sept. 2008)

Set List

Up to one hour of original material.
A typical set would include the following songs:

Delusional
Nowhere fast
Crying on the TV
Mind games
Dial 9 for love
Cold winds blow
Ladybrain
Out of my way
We're gone
Subterranean
Jimmy Choo's
Never going home
Little white lines