Longfellow release second single Siamese Lover
Music 29 January 2014
Both Owen Lloyd (lead vocals) and Ali Hetherington (piano/synth) are in their third year studying Commercial Music Performance BMus Honours.
They've already played at the Olympics and Paralympics in 2012 through Emerging Icons and supported the likes of Example, To Kill A King, Feeder and Keane.
Frequently compared to Coldplay (Coldplay shared 'Siamese Lover' on their website), they produce an "authentic and soulful mixture of indie and pop, bolstered by fearless melodies and large choruses" (http://www.longfellow-music.com).
- Download 'Siamese Lover' from iTunes
- Buy tickets to see Longfellow live at The Lexington on 30 January
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