The Sherlocks will release track ‘One Day’, taken from second album ‘Under Your Sky’ which is out now on Infectious Music and received some excellent critical reviews. ‘One Day’ is a modern love song. It opens up with a mass of immediately energetic guitars and Kiaran’s effortless vocals leading the listener to an infectious stadium sized chorus – backed by subtle but effective vocal harmonies. As a B-Side to ‘One Day’ they will also release an acoustic piano version of single ‘NYC (Sing It Loud)’ which is a beautifully emotional stripped back version of the song. Both tracks can be downloaded or streamed from 12thFebruary.
The Sherlocks released their second album ‘Under Your Sky’, last October on Infectio
With their 2017 debut album ‘Live For The Moment’, Sheffield quartet The Sherlocks established themselves as key contenders in a new wave of British bands keeping alt-rock and indie vital for a new generation of fans. The album fired into the charts at #6 as the band inspired devotion wherever they went, from shows with Liam Gallagher, an international array of festival dates to rapturously received shows in Japan.
While ‘Live For The Moment’ remains a scintillating insight into the hedonism and heartbreak of youth, ‘Under Your Sky’ finds frontman Kiaran Crook writing songs which bridge the exuberance of youth with the reflection and maturity of young adulthood.
Whether despairing over the ambitions lost to people doing McJobs on ‘Dreams’ or dissecting the various stages of relationships on ‘Waiting’ or in the album’s heartbroken, epic finale and title track, Kiaran also found inspiration from the stories and circumstances of people in his hometown. Naturally it’s a collection that leans towards the melancholy, but vitally there’s hope for better times ahead too.
This time around, The Sherlocks– completed by Kiaran’s brother Brandon(
The result is tighter, brighter and ultra-modern, benefiting from Skelly’s knack for focusing on a killer chorus and smattered with stylistic swerves into new wave, ‘80s textures and all-out feedback. It’s as much The Killers orThe Cars as it is Catfish– a real 21st century rock record with stadiums in its sights.
“The first album was us four in a room,”Kiaran summarises. “We wanted to make it really raw like the Arctic Monkeys’ first album or Kings Of Leon’s. We wanted to capture the live sound and polish it up a bit. With this one we’ve taken it a step further and made it slightly smoother and put more keyboards in. Rather than having the guitars thrashing all the time we’ve tried being a bit sweeter with it. It sounds more contemporary, I can hear it on Radio 1.”
Now available from https://TheSherlocks.lnk.