Whiskey + Rock’n’roll = Albino

It’s common knowledge that most rock bands like to indulge in a little alcohol therapy from time to time, but vintage folk-rockers Albino perhaps enjoy this more than anyone else, fuelling their rock’n’roll sound with whiskey.

Labelling themselves as ‘London’s greatest alcoholic garage rock band (probably)’, four piece folk-rock band Albino are on the road to releasing their latest album, Night At The Chemist, from which their new retro-infused single, ‘Belinda’, is taken.

‘Belinda’ could be straight out of the 60s with its organ-led sound and noodling guitar solo, whilst lead singer and guitarist, Ben Tucker’s vocals power the track (along with the whiskey) in a rather amusing narrative which is mirrored in the video through the beautiful medium of lego.

Since their inception in 2005, Albino has undergone a musical metamorphosis, travelling a long way from their humble beginnings, but now, the off-the-wall band has cemented their style and truly found their own sound. Whilst Albino’s eclectic and multi-talented musical line up has changed over the years, their musical direction, commitment and energy has always remained constant.

As the band have stated: ‘We may not change the world with our music, but we’ll definitely leave a scar.’







The UK supports REAL music as vintage superstar Si Cranstoun gains playlisting with BBC Radio Two

Having just got on the BBC Radio Two B list, things are certainly looking up for Britain’s Bublé, Si Cranstoun.

With a truly vintage sound and voice that’s out of this world, it’s fantastic to see such a talented artist get the recognition they deserve! Whilst supporting The Overtones Cranstoun saw a lot of success, with merchandisers saying they’d never seen anything like it before. With such a raw talent it’s great to see people going crazy for good old fashioned REAL music. With Radio Two backing this amazing track (Caught In The Moonlight) I really hope this marks a change in the music industry and that we will head back towards more authentic artists like Si Cranstoun.

If you love Jackie Wilson, Michael Bublé and Sam Cook, then this is right up your street so support REAL music and getting listening to this talented guy right NOW!

If this artist were a biscuit, they’d be: Gotta be a classic…Custard Cream!