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Birmingham, England, United Kingdom | SELF

Birmingham, England, United Kingdom | SELF
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SOLDIER's 2011 Christmas gig reviewed by respected music publication, Brum Notes Magazine along with picture. Very positive review for both performance and songwriting. - Brum Notes Magazine

"Band Crush"

Lee Newell
from Brother
on hisfavourite
new act
"Soldier sound a bit
like Supergrass and
they’ve got really
hooky tunes. The
singer’s voice is
something else and
he’s pretty ballsy.
I love his name too.
He calls himself
Scott Balboa, after
Rocky. How cool
is that?" - NME


Lifeline - released 14/06/10 + radio play
We Love You - radio play
Time On Your Side
Broken Bones
Quick Fix To Sanity



SOLDIER are rising…
It hasn’t taken long for the Birmingham five piece to established themselves as a major force on the national unsigned circuit. With credible support slots with respected past and current selling artists such as Athlete, The Datsuns, Viva Brother, The Brute Chorus, Steve Cradock and Guillemots, they are causing a stir in the second city with their melodic, stadium-esque anthems and downright dirty grooves. But it doesn't stop there.
Their releases of ‘Lifeline’ and 'We Love You' gained radio play on BBC Introducing... and Kerrang! Radio which has kick-started an ever increasing following which gets larger with every gig. And why do they come...? Every song has been crafted, nurtured and battered into what we like to think of "Maximum Delivery" ensuring the instantaneous hooks, ever familiar riffs and the passionate razor sharp vocals are drilled into the listeners psyche making every track a standout. Live sets see's SOLDIER explode into a primal celebration putting indie-guitar music back to the top of the agenda and giving the punters a sense of relief and euphoria that hasn't been tainted by the manufactured sea of mediocrity... just ask Birmingham, Camden Town, Manchester, Liverpool ect... ! Solid musically, tantalising creatively and captivating visually, these really should be the biggest band of the next 10 years. Standard.