Run Young Lovers
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Run Young Lovers

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"Run Young Lovers are a thrilling 5 piece indie band, hailing from Crawley, West Sussex, who started life back in 2006 under the name Us And Them. Their style was dubbed as “intelligent bouncy, indie” by NME magazine, who even went as far to compare their sound to indie champions, The Cribs.

They were featured on Steve Lamacq’s “In New Music We Trust” Show on BBC Radio 1, completed a well received UK tour, and gigged extensively throughout the South East and London, in which time their live set was commended as tight, intense, and full of energy.

Their time as Us And Them came to an explosive finale when they travelled to Germany to play an up and coming festival, to a very enthusiastic crowd of 5000. After the reasonably lengthy absence that followed, they return under the new name with a fresh new sound and big ambitions for 2011.

They have since been playing shows relentlessly and, after a session in the studio, have the first set of new demos, 'She Said' and 'Moonshine', available to download free! With many more sessions booked there are loads more tunes on the way!

The new sound is exciting, and shows the band have matured beyond their years. Their new set is packed full of melodic hits with some of the catchiest hooks you’re likely to hear.

The band have recently been featured several times on BBC Introducing the south. They have received airplay on BBC radio throughout the south of England and have received a very positive response, prompting the presenter to say, upon the first airing, that they had "run away with the show" .

SQ magazine said:

'Run Young Lovers can be expected to wow the crowds with their sing-a-long choruses and dynamic style that rightly makes them a band to watch.'

Green Man Music said:

'Nice dynamics fall and rise to create a wonderful shape to the songs, descending spirals of throw away Bacharachian harmonies are a nice touch and the drive and urgency does the rest.' "

Little Bear Promotions said:

"An addictive, alternative sound, intriguing towards the ears"

Most Rated Brighton said:

“There couldn't be a more apt name for this young exuberant band, who weave tales of heartbreak and excess into their joyous danceable tracks, which possess enough pop-souciance to trouble the charts. If you like dancing, drinking and having fun on holiday then this is the band who will soundtrack your adventures.”

The band have recently been featured several times on BBC Introducing the south. They have received airplay on BBC radio throughout the south of England and have received a very positive response, prompting the presenter to say, upon the first airing, that they had "run away with the show"