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May
27
Tommy Shots @ Spring & Airbrake

Belfast, None, United Kingdom

Belfast, None, United Kingdom

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Discography

Our first E.P entitled 'Blown Up A Storm' sold out within its few of days of release, as we sold it independently and did a tour around the country to promote the E.P. 'Blown Up A Storm is also available through Itunes. The tracks Hide My Shame and Save Me both received song of the year nominations on Basementsound.co.uk, and in the end Save Me won the award. The track 'Given Away' which is also of our debut E.P received airplay on local radio stations such as sevenFM. Our second E.P which is just self-titled was released a year later. We decided to give away this E.P free at our own concerts as we felt this was a good marketing tool to spread the word of our band as an unsigned act. The track 'Fall of Faith' has been played on Rory McConnell's Radio One Show.

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The band first came together as four musicians who shared the same love for music and wanted to write their own material to express ourselves. Straight away we knew we were on to something special as we the bond between us writing music just came so naturally. The band has been gigging the Northern Ireland music scene now for almost two years and along the way have played memorable gig's at The Button Factory, Dublin and also recently last summer played to 5,000+ people at Custom House Square, at this years in Belfast. The bands fan base has grew very strong since our first band practice and we're ready to up to the next step. The bands influences include Aerosmith, The Answer, Motley Crue and Queens of the Stone Age to just name a few. The thing I feel that sets Tommy shots apart from other bands is our standard we always set ourselves, as we feel the quality of the music and the live presentation should be set at a high standard as first impression is everything. Also we feel modern music today lacks the guitar riff, which back in the 70's, 80's and 90's where back then it wasn't just the vocal melody that mainly carried the tunes the audience would passionately hum or sing along to.