It was a busy and successful attention poking 2015 for UK band Sixty Minute Man and it looks like it will continue to be so in this with the release of their debut single, You Made Me Say Please. It is a rousing and boisterous slice of rock ‘n’ roll bred from alternative rock seeds but showing far broader character and dynamics to its ear grabbing roar.
The band itself comes from Salford, Sixty Minute Man formed in 2014 and soon showing the invention and qualities which have seen them breed a cult following in and around the Salford/Manchester area. The sextet unveiled their first release, The Ten O’clock Curfew EP in the May of last year to very strong and positive reactions. Unveiled at a sold out launch night at Manchester’s Sound Control, the five track introduction was followed by Sixty Minute Man headlining a stage at Blackthorn Music Festival and twice playing support to Alias Kid amongst their own host of shows locally and further afield.
Now it is the turn of the Gavin Monaghan produced You Made Me Say Please to wake up broader awareness of the band, and such its lively incitement, the spark to national recognition is certainly a possibility.
The song instantly leaps on ears with bold melodies and arousing rhythms led by the throaty bass tempting of Dan Hamnett. As singer Daz Beasley reveals the narrative and his vocal prowess, the keys of Adam Lyons unite with the sonic enterprise of guitarists Lee Fox and Sean Duffy, between them casting magnetic melodies and a radiant celestial hued hook that just grabs the imagination as a Scott Beesley led rhythmic tenacity seizes the body with anthemic feistiness.
As mentioned, the single is a hungrily lively proposal with an infectiousness which escapes from every aspect of its highly charged character. On its own, the track shows why the band is beginning to create a buzz, and even alone there would be no surprise if You Made Me Say Please brings the band under closer scrutiny in the coming weeks and months.
You Made Me Say Please is released April 4th through Blue Eagle Records with an accompanying video. Pre-ordering is available now @ http://apple.co/1Sq0fkd
Upcoming Live Dates:
Fri 25th March at The Live Rooms, MANCHESTER
Thurs Apr 7th at The Packhorse, LEEDS
Fri Apr 8th at The Rocking Chair, SHEFFIELD
Fri Apr 15th at The Blind Tiger, WIGAN
Sat Apr 16th at The Brewhouse, WARRINGTON
Sat Apr 30th at Club Academy, MANCHESTER (supporting Alias Kid)
Sat May 14th at Gorilla, MANCHESTER (supporting Space Monkeys)
22-24th July – Blackthorn Festival
Pete RingMaster 18/03/2016
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