Welfare Mothers
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Welfare Mothers

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"Review in Organ Magazine"

"Rather intelligent, rather good alternative English indie rock, touches of Stone Roses in there with their falling Autumn leaves, touches of lots of things actually, mostly about good songs and refined sounds, a band with a little more depth and a touch of indie rock class to them, lot of body and soul to their guitar rock.

They’re from Brighton and this early shot is well worth your time, sounds like someone should put this out as a single, they’re a little bit more than a demo band already, Saving Up is particularly good in a brooding broken hearted tearing up Elbow kind of way." - www.organart.com


Forthcoming debut EP, to be released Spring 2009:

"Fear Of The Blank Page"



Welfare Mothers are four chaps from Brighton, UK. They take a large helping of woozy indie and weld it to dark, sharp pop hooks; like Mogwai and Spiritualized sparring with Neil Young and Pavement, while Elliott Smith digs in with a few sly hooks.