Wrexham, Wales, GBR

In 2008 'JKLMNO' were described as the 'ultimate unsigned band' after playing the FIB Benicassim 2008 with the likes of Morrissey and Leonard Cohen. They released a single 'The War Song' with Supajam and gigged around the UK.


Named after a random row of letters in the alphabet, JKLMNO was formed by best friends Carl Harrison (Vocals/Guitars/Keys), Daniel Pierce (Synths/Percussion), Daniel Kehlenbeck (Guitars/Vocals), Elliot Knox (Bass/Vocals) and Nick Roberts (Drums/Programming). Writing their material in a small youth center situated in North Wales, the band found their own unique sound forged by many influences such as Jeff Buckley, The Flaming Lips and Sigur Ros. The band went to Autumn Road Studios in February 2007 to record their first demo which generated a lot of interest in the Wrexham area, gaining them top slots in some of North Wales' prime music nights and branching out to further success in venues such as The Cavern Club, Liverpool.

On 15th May, JKLMNO self-released their first and only single to date “Locking Doors” on Apples' Itunes. The single had a great reception with the bands fan base and was described by a reviewer as “pulling at your heart-strings from the word go” and “leaving you wanting more”.

With touring under their belts from previous bands JKLMNO plan to spend their summer branching out further in the U.K. following their success in the Supajam 'fast track to FIB festival' competition in which the band won the chance to open up the FIB Festival 2008 on Sunday. Their entry song “The War Song” is to be released soon on Itunes by the competition organizers.


'The War Song' - Supajam.com - recieved airplay from National and Regional BBC stations
'Locking Doors' - self released

XYZ has also recieved airplay from radio stations but hasn't been released

Set List

We have up to an hour of material, covers are rare but can be included. A unique spin on 'In The Air' by Phil Collins.

Our own songs include
War Song
Don't Believe Your Lies
Locking Doors
7 Days in the Sky
Come forth you Kings
Nothing to lose
Future Potential