The Secret Faces – Our Generation’s Kids

The Secret Faces

The Secret Faces - Photograph by photochappie.co.uk

The Secret Faces are a five piece band from the South Wales Valleys, who have just released new single “Our Generation’s Kids”.

The band have paid their dues in small local pubs around the valleys and have been tipped for the top by Oasis manager Alan McGee. They have been featured on BBC 1 Wales, GTFM Radio, GRRR GRRR Magazine, Tonight on the Radio (broadcast in New York) and have been a featured artist on Wales Unsigned.

The single is like a lucky dip of cross genre harmony. The infectious opening riff sounds like something straight out of the The Automatic’s back catalogue, and is partnered up by a cheekily skatastic rhythm guitar and equally two-toned drums. The vocals are reminiscent of Reef frontman Gary Stringer’s gravelly punch on top 10 hit “Place your hands”. All in all a suprisingly agreeable combination.

It’s a pleasant listen, the type of song you think you’ve heard before with it’s catchy rhythm and danceable beat, infact it wouldn’t seem out of place in the top flights of the indie chart. We can only imagine how this song goes down live, particularly after a few drinks in a South Wales venue on a Friday or Saturday night.

If you would like to book the band, you can contact them via this address: thesecretfaces@googlemail.com

www.thesecretfaces.co.uk
www.myspace.com/thesecretfaces

Jarrad ‘Nöir’ Owens

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