As The RPMs enjoy the success of their current single, ‘I Think It’s Stupid, But I Think It’s Love’, the Brighton-based trio head to London.
Jack Valero (lead vocals & rhythm guitar), Miguel Cosme (bass & backing vocals), and Callum James (drums) play Nambucca on 29 November 2016.
‘I Think It’s Stupid, But I Think It’s Love’, taken from their debut EP ‘Digital Disobedience’, follows their first single ‘I Don’t Like It’, which was played on 6Music, Radio X, Radio 1, and KROQ FM.
Inspired by the likes of Tom Petty, The La’s, Arctic Monkeys, and Mark Ronson, they describe themselves as a rock band not afraid of a good pop tune, as evidenced by all four songs on their EP.
Produced by Tristan Ivemy, it also features the tracks ‘I Wanna Work In Abercrombie and Fitch’ and ‘Down That Road Again’ (featured on the 2015 compilation ‘Xtra Mile High Club).On the live front, highlights include appearing at Glastonbury Festival (twice) and Brighton’s The Great Escape, as well as supporting The Beat on a run of dates.
TIckets to The RPMs at Nambucca are available now.