Unusually named Swindon-based Nudybronque (apparently derived from nudibranch, a sea slug) make a melodic kind of indie that is developing nicely with a rather brilliant new track. 'Allsorts' is a simple, subtly romantic tune that's capable of sticking in your head for a while.
Think The Crookes and Frankie And The Heartstrings with a little hint of The Smiths, gradually leading to a full throated climax towards the end. It's part of a currently unfinished EP due for release later in the year, but until then you can hear 'Allsorts' and see the video below...
Following their self titled debut, their second EP "Bottled Blonde" was released in April 2012 and was greeted with glowing reviews. The past year has seen Nudybronque gain substantial radio airplay nationwide including the legendary Radio Caroline where Ray Copeland proclaimed they were "The freshest infusion of sound you'll hear this year". They also played a live session on BBC Wiltshire Introducing and were featured twice on Tom Robinson's BBC6 Mixtape and Saturday night Introducing show.
Aidan Sheehan || Guitar & Vocals
Luke Wride || Bass & Vocals
John 'Wolfman || Wealthdale, Drums