Freddie Matthews writes from London: Andy Burrows certainly isn’t a household name in the music industry. Unless that is you are from a household of many Razorlight fans circa 2004 to 2009. Andy was the underestimated drummer for the band during that 5 year period.
New Albums: Andy Burrows – Company
Unless that is you are from a household of many Razorlight fans circa 2004 to 2009. Andy was the underestimated drummer for the band during that 5 year period.Andy Burrows co-wrote many of Razorlight’s biggest hits as well as their only UK number 1 single, a beautiful song called America, which was released in 2006.
The Overtones are a vocal harmony kind of boy band who originate from Britain, Ireland and Australia.
New Albums: The Overtones – Higher
How a boy band end up singing vintage pop is beyond even my imagination but they’ve certainly been successful with it so far, selling over half a million copies of their debut album Good Ol’ Fashioned Love in 2011.
Album number two is never going to be easy when this 5-piece doo-wop band look as if they’ve just walked off a GQ fashion shoot and when exactly does doo-wop ever get a musical genre mention in 2012? That said there is a slightly more Mo town feel to…
this album. Those silky smooth vocals remain and there’s something barbershop that makes some people smile. Either that or you get a little bit sick at the back of your throat. A post made earlier today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally – A humorous take on news and current affairs.
- Steal This Song: Andy Burrows, “Company” (popdose.com)
- Razorlight start comeback (contactmusic.com)
- Other singles: October 11 (dailyrecord.co.uk)
- VIDEO: The Overtones meet fans in Glasgow and sign copies of their new album ‘Higher’ (dailyrecord.co.uk)