INCH HIGH
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Inch High have released 3 critically acclaimed 7 track demo's, since 2002 which have seen them come to the forefront of the Northern Irish music scene. In July 2005 the band released their Neal Calderwood produced debut album "Look kids, its Big Ben" on their own Thumb recordings label. The album has received glowing reviews with hard rock/metal bible Kerrang! magazine awarding it a remarkable 4 out of 5 K's and gushing ,"Inch High are a revelation...wonderfully direct, soaring rock songs which nod towards the songwritng of Therapy? and Husker Du at their most succint..." The band have cemented a reputation for high octane live performances and have supported new rock hopefuls 'The Answer' aswell as gigging the length and breadth of Ireland. A recent trip to London saw them turn in an impressive performance at the Windmill in Brixton as part of the "N.Ireland...the next generation" weekend. The band are currently talking to several management companies and record labels so hopefully you'll be hearing alot more of Inch High soon. Listen to three songs from the album here on MySpace and if you like what you hear tell your friends and check out the band's website www.inchhigh.co.uk where the full album can be purchased.

2006 has already been a hectic year for the Inch High boys, a live review in Kerrang!, a much coveted slot on the IMRO showcase tour and now they've only gone and released a new single. The Band also appeared on the worldwide popular NEWMUSICIRELAND podcast earlier this year.

LITTLE MAN is available to listen to here, and can be purchased from July 17th from the bands website, www.inchhigh.co.uk.

Little Man has received positive reviews in The Irish News and on Local Radio.