The Stowaways release ‘Time For Change’, their latest grand Indie cut on 2nd July. Big and theatrical, but pop where it matters they take influences from Friendly Fires, Phil Collins, The Police and Bombay Bicycle Club.
It was produced by Adam Looker (Kaiser Chiefs, Crystal Fighters), and follows a tidy sum of success for their previous EP’s, which have seen them gain continued and heavy support from the likes of Absolute Radio, BBC 6Music, FHM and Amazing Radio.
Their outstanding live shows have led to them holding a residency at Brick Lane’s ‘Cafe 1001', supporting New Young Pony Club at Prague’s prestigious ‘Meet Factory’ and headlining the Roundhouse’s emerging artist industry showcase.
The Stowaways are a London based indie rock band, that bring in elements of electronic music with epic guitars, but always abide foremost by melody.
They say they are Justice in reverb pedals and Friendly Fires in guitars, and their well rounded sound comes from an eclectic background for their age. Here’s what they say about who has shaped their playing and songwriting.