My Brothers And I consists of Wurgler brothers Erik (bass/vocals), David (lead vocals), and Scott (drums), along with childhood friend Jordan Roach (guitar), released their debut full-length album Don’t Dream Alone in 2015, which led to a feature in Amazon’s “The Next” new artist program. To date, the album has garnered over 15 million streams, with special emphasis on standout selections “Nowhere To Run” and “Scars.” In addition, it received over a dozen syncs for TV programs Queen Sugar and Pretty Little Liars. Several of their songs have also been licensed for commercial campaigns, including “Na Na Na” which received wide exposure in an ad for Clark’s men’s footware. Their various tours and festival appearances have resulted in a number of high profile performances that found them supporting the likes of St. Lucia, Misterwives, Allen Stone, Family of the Year, Saint Motel and others.
KICK are a four piece Indie Rock band from West London.
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Originally known as The Kicks, KICK formed in May 2013. Songwriting duo Phil and Jordan, set out to form a band after the success of their single ‘Uh-Oh’ which was released by XFM. After a few months together, The Kicks changed their name to KICK in September 2013 after a change in the line up was announced and a new sound began to develop. The West London alternative/indie band is made up of Phillip McHugh (Guitar/Lead Vocals), Jordan Heggie (Bass/Lead Vocals), Lucas George (Guitar/Backing Vocals) and Rob Mead (Drums/Backing Vocals).
They prove to demonstrate a mixed blend of various genres to create their own musical cocktail which is both refreshing and familiar to the ears.
“They’re fresh, they’re loud, they’re bold”
(Tom Smith, Frontman of Editors)
“A band of mates bursting for attention!”
(John Leckie, Music Producer)
“KICK will get you dancing, have you singing along and even tapping into your feelings”
(Ben McBride, Chief Music Editor of The Verse)
“For decades, British rock has had a very distinct sound. KICK is no exception to this rule”
(Victor Alfieri, Editor-in-Chief of WordKrapht)