The debut album and 2nd single from Silvery
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London’s Silvery release their debut album ‘Thunderer & Excelsior‘ – a 14-track blast of infectious eccentric British pop and an essential release for 2008. Crafted in their East London studio with Kevin Feazey and mastered by John Davis, the album features previous sold-out single ‘Horrors‘/’Orders‘ and their second single ‘Devil In The Detail‘ which will be released the same day and is strictly limited to 500 numbered 7″s. The single also features an exclusive B-side ‘The Squadron Leader’ not on the album.
‘Devil In The Detail‘ has been spun so far by Steve Lamacq (6 Music and Radio1), who has invited the band to record a session for his BBC Radio 1 show, to be broadcast a week before the album & single release, Marc Riley (6 Music) who has requested a session, Gary Crowley (BBC London), as well as Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie (Radio 2). Both sides have already been aired in the US too by KROQ legend Rodney Bingenheimer.
- Silvery in October’s Artrocker Magazine & Converse Music
Full page article on Silvery, plus a free download from Converse Music for this month only. read more…
- Silvery in Session on BBC 6 Music with Marc Riley
Thursday 25th September Tracklisting here…
- Silvery in Session on BBC Radio 1 with Steve Lamacq!
Mon 4th August Tracklisting here…
- ‘Thunderer & Excelsior’ will be BBC 6music’s album of the day!
Tue 12th Augustread more …
- ‘Devil In The Detail’ winner of last week’s Round Table on BBC 6 music with Steve Lamacq!read more & listen again …
- Silvery on Steve Lamacqs 6music blogread blog …
“This album has barely been out of my CD player at home all week”
“You will not hear anything like this all year”
“A fine debut album from the London band, just as they promised it would be” The Organ
“It’s mental and it rocks” Artrocker ‘Recommended’
“Exciting, forceful, intelligent, and on all the time”
David Quantick, Word Magazine
“The potential to capture the imagination of a generation” Classic Rock
“MADCAP LONDONERS MAKE AN ARTY RACKET” Q Magazine
“Silvery’s eccentric organ-led pop is quintessentially British with more than a nod to David Bowie, a wink to Syd Barrett and a wave to XTC” 8/10 Alternative Ulster
“A wonderfully ebullient album of eccentric, quirkily catchy, organ-led Brit Pop with singalong choruses aplenty” Nude
“Get used to the madness because Silvery could be around for a very longtime” Rock’N’Reel
“A band to get rather excited about” Clash
“Strange, surreal and stunning – purchase on sight” losingtoday.com
track listings & LISTEN
live: silvery tour dates…