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My Preserver

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Formed back in 2010, London rock outfit My Preserver are a rapidly rising star in the music world. The 4-piece quickly earned a reputation for their explosive live performances at the likes of London’s Borderline, 100 Club, IndigO2, Clapham Grand, XOYO and also London’s Astoria 2 before the venue closed its doors for the final time.

In the meantime the band set about recording their debut album ‘Revolutions In The Head’, with Premen Underhill (Bloc Party, Klaxons) on production duties. Before the group had even released a track their album was leaked in late 2011, leading to an XFM New Music Award nomination and an early sign of things to come.

2012 saw My Preserver’s first official release with the debut single ‘King Jesus’, released on the band’s own imprint, Eight Calls East Records. The single quickly picked up the ears of Kerrang! magazine who requested the band for a photoshoot and ran a full page feature declaring the group “One of the most exciting – and important – new British bands to emerge this year”. Meanwhile the track hit the airwaves on XFM, Kerrang! Radio and BBC Introducing.

With the demand created around the single release of ‘King Jesus’ a headline UK tour was quickly booked in, followed by a Rock Sound magazine feature and a track on the publication’s cover-mount CD in August 2012. And all this just ahead of My Preserver’s next single release ‘You Know Something That I Don’t Know’, a track that had been aired once before as the introduction music for WBO Boxing World Champion Nathan Cleverly’s fight at the O2 Arena.

The anticipation continues to build around My Preserver’s debut album ‘Revolutions In The Head’ released on November 5th 2012. The album’s eleven hard-hitting tracks highlight topics such as politics (‘You Know Something That I Don’t Know’), society (‘Loose Change’) and environmental issues (‘The Green Wash’), all set in place with a frenetic energy, sharp intelligence and jaw-dropping technical ability.

Doors 7:00PM, age 14+


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