SPLENDID SUNS

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Who Are They..?

  

Splendid Suns are a 4-piece band from Fife. Ged Howarth (Vocals & Rythm Guitar), Mikolaj Mroz (Lead Guitar), Connor Muir (Bass), Joe Kane (Drums) . They came together in their current form in early 2018.

 
 

Photo credit - Sean Francis

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They played their first gig as a band at PJ Molloys in March 2018, and in the following months they were offered a number of other slots there including supporting The Metatrons, and Billy Bibby.. On the strength of their gigs in town they won a slot at Fife Fest, the played variety of gigs and festivals including Silverburn Festival, Gig In The Car Park, Fife Pride, Towerhouse Band Night and more recently Party At The Palace. All generating some buzz around their fresh sounding indie original tunes and diverse range of covers including Twenty One Pilots, The 1975, Ed Sheeran and Drake, all delivered in their own style.

 
 

Photo Credit – Sean Francis

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They released their debut EP "Thorns" on 10/08/18 after a storming launch gig at PJ Molloys, Dunfermline.


They have now been added to the bill as part of Live Music Fridays at Kitty's in Kircaldy alongside Supa & Da Kryptonites, Cherry Diesel and The Decrees.


They are very much a band with much more to come if their live show and EP are anything to go by, they ould be around for a long time

"Thorns" EP

The debut EP is 5 original tracks kicking off with the hypnotic guitar hooks of "Outside" which blends with the acoustic guitar and understated vocals.   


 "Bad Reputation" follows with it's guitar and beats intro taking us on a rollercoaster of melody and guitar breaks before coming to a very effective screaming halt.    

 "Counting The Changes" has all the hallmarks of an alt-indie classic.  Swirling guitar intro, softly sung verses carrying you to arm swaying chorus destined to get live audience dancing and singing 

"Amends" is a fast paced delivery of beats, more killer guitar hooks and even some fuzzy bass


"Let Me Know" is the chilled acoustic closer where we hear the softer side of the band in words and sounds.


Their sound is remarkably fresh and accomplished for a fledgling band, give this a listen and go see their show

Audio

"Thorns" EP