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Southampton Pop punk/Punk
After bursting on the music scene at the end of 2017 Slackrr have gone from strength to strength with their energetic live performances coupled with a host of sing a long catchy songs playing all across the UK.
With Media coverage in Discovered magazine and numerous radio plays on Voice FM and BBC introducing all giving extremely positive feedback to their first release "Closest to Perfect".
“These guys have achieved so much in such a short space of time.”
Jo Symes: BBC Introducing on the release of “Closest to Perfect”
“These guys are already leagues above others doing the same thing. It’s clean, it’s polished and most of all – it’s fucking good.”
“This is the part where I would usually say that I look forward to seeing how the band progresses, but if I’m totally honest, I’d be happy if these guys kept churning out tunes like this.”
“Slackrr could be heading for greatness”
Marcus Osbourne: On the House Music
“Taking influences from different genres to create your own music is something that takes skill, and it also takes a huge level of creativity. Go and See what all the hype is about."
Georgia Rawson: Discovered Magazine
"How good is that!!? If you're going to go big for the first one, that's how you do it!"
"Big future for those guys if they can keep making tracks like that!"
Simon Wilson: Voice FM on "Closest to Perfect"
"Slackrr bring with them the pop punk summer vibes we all know and love with their new single ‘Closest to Perfect’, not to mention cracking guitar riffs and sing along lyrics.
It’s a must listen to release!"
Chloe Bevan: Shout it Loud Reviewshttp://shoutitloudreviews.com/
"It’s a very strong debut single from this band and one I definitely see myself coming back to for repeated listens."
Megan Langley: Live a little bit louder
Check out "Closest to perfect"
Alternative Rock / Pop Punk
Sunset Sunday started back in March 2014. After releasing a debut demo album in January 2015, the band played a packed summer full of shows and mini-festival appearances. Sunset Sunday continued to play shows and festivals throughout 2016 and building their fanbase before recording their first proper album in late 2016 and releasing it in February 2017 to a sold-out launch show. The band then went on to tour the UK in support of the new album and appear at many festivals in the summer of 2017 including the almighty Glastonbury.