Mothership

Mothership

 London, England, GBR
BandRockClassic Rock

Mothership's style of music is early 70’s hard rock and our overall sound is unmistakably authentic in the true mould of Deep purple and Led Zeppelin. Our diverse influences not only contribute to our extraordinary playing and singing capabilities, but also to our knowledge of our chosen musical style.

The music is loud and aggressive but never noisy. The style is always classy and interesting. Riffs are powerful and clear but never at the expense of the undoubted musicality that runs through

Biography

Mothership are an English rock band formed in the summer of 2011 by singer Jack Stiles, guitarist Ben Lochrie, bassist Freddie Draper and drummer Charlie Skeggs. Mothership's style of music is early 70’s hard rock and their overall sound is unmistakably authentic in the true mould of Deep purple and Led Zeppelin. Their diverse influences not only contribute to their extraordinary playing and singing capabilities, but also to their knowledge of their chosen musical style.

The music is loud and aggressive but never noisy. The style is always classy and interesting. Riffs are powerful and clear but never at the expense of the undoubted musicality that runs through every member of the band.