Three Miles From
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Three Miles From

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"Leyline Promotions (Kill All Hippies)"

"So hot they’re boiling - unsigned band THREE MILES FROM will be showcasing their talent. A spit of a young Eddie Vedder, the lead singer is attracting a maelstrom of attention." -

"Virgin Megastore"

“Yearning, edgy, hard rock. Regulars on the London Gig circuit, with aspirations for worldwide recognition. Have the melodic and dynamic smarts to be compared with the likes of Maroon 5. Catch them before they blow up and are wall to wall media faves.” - Virgin Megastore - London

"BBC Radio One 'One Music'"

“Boasting slickly produced songs and oozing potential, 3 Miles From are undoubtedly on the right path with their melodic guitars, strong vocals, anthemic tunes and a distinctly British sound … Worth keeping an eye on 'em.” - BBC

"Rip & Burn"

“The edgy and melodic rock of this London-based four-piece is attracting the attention of labels, critics and fans alike. Catch them now before they become huge.” - Haymarket


"This London based four-piece formed in September 2003, but already look set to go on to big things. With influences ranging from Radiohead to Muse, you should catch them now before they blow up!" -


"Tasty from the off, and with some key influences along the way saluting Nirvana, Joy Division and perhaps more contemporary bands such as Muse, 3 Miles From are definitely ones to watch." -

"South Wales Evening Post"

"Not many miles from fame ... one of the hottest unsigned rock bands in the country." - see


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Formed in 2004, London-based four-piece ‘Three Miles From’ recorded their debut EP ‘Deep Freeze’ with ‘Funeral For A Friend’ producer Joe Gibb. A week later their first live show led to them being chosen as Virgin Megastore’s Unsigned Band Of The Week with the EP added to the shelves and the in-store radio playlist.

Fusing the raucous guitar sounds of Muse and the seismic angular beats of The Prodigy, their preppy image belies their passionate hard-core live set, carefully destroying the theory that image reflects sound.

Following half a lap of the London unsigned circuit the band were featured on Claire Sturgess’ X-posure show on XFM. Revolutionary download site were so impressed they organised a session at the Strongrooms Studio with the resulting footage being broadcast across the BBC network worldwide. The BBC were to become big fans, with Radio One’s ‘One Music’ website promptly predicting greatness. The public agreed, voting 3MF into the site’s top 5 chart within days.

Despite fans and industry eagerly awaiting the band’s next move, any thoughts of returning to the studio were postponed. After live shows supporting the likes of ‘Pushca’ and ‘Tokyo Dragons’ and a feature in ‘Rip & Burn’, Three Miles From received an invitation from Leyline Promotions to play at the re-launch of ‘Kill All Hippies’ where they shared a stage with ‘The Crimea’ and ‘Infadels’.