‘That Was Then and This is Now’. The new album from ‘The Superphone’. Available now from all major streaming/download services.
“The Superphone are passionate about creating their own style. They have developed their own unique vocal harmonic sound, a fusion of indie-rock and folk.”
The Superphone have developed their own unique sound to what it is today by using all of their individual strengths to get the vocal harmony/instrumental sound that really stands out. With the passion for music that runs throughout the band, they have a wide and somewhat eclectic range of influences including British artists such as The Kinks, Oasis, Mark King, James Jameson, Stereophonics, U2, a small lesser-known Irish folk band called Bagatelle, plus U.S. artists such as The Eagles and Nathan Watts amongst many others.
They established themselves on the British music scene in early 2012 and have been well received on various platforms throughout the country. Between them The Superphone have a wealth of industry experience including fifteen plus years of songwriting, performing, recording/producing, teaching, conducting and directing orchestras/ensembles, arranging, and concert tours abroad.
They cannot be pigeonholed as each song has its own sound. They are lively and vibrant on stage with audience interaction a must, they play to their crowd and their crowd love it. They have played and sold out many venues in Manchester and London. Ranging from The Roadhouse, Jabez Clegg, Night and Day, DryLive, The Water Rats, Luxe, The O2 Academy Islington and Jamm in Brixton.