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Goldhawks

Originally formed being a nu-folk outfit, Western London five-piece Goldhawks afterwards reinvented themselves simply because an indie band with an anthemic stadium rock sound inspired with the blue-collar Americana of Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty. Called after a road in their indigenous Shepherd’s Bush section of London, vocalist Bobby Cook originally performed being a single act, releasing an individual, “Deja Vu,” in 2007, and executing with famous brands Noah as well as the Whale, Laura Marling, and Jamie T. Choosing to create a band rather, he recruited guitarist sibling Jack port, bassist Colin Straton, keyboardist Nick Mills, and drummer Graham Smith, but after getting “uninterested in acoustic guitars,” the group proceeded to go electric using their limited-edition debut one “Where in the Globe,” a audio they continued to build up while helping the Temper Snare as well as the Courteeners, and documenting materials with Pixies manufacturer Gil Norton. After executing on the Twilight Saga: New Moon start party, the Bestival celebration, and the Membership NME tour, they released their initial album, Technique of Light, through Mercury Information in 2011.

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