INTRODUCING NORMANTON STREET

Introducing Normanton Street
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INTRODUCING NORMANTON STREET



Written by Al Raz
22 Thursday 22nd August 2013
(lead image: Scott Mains)
 
A northern accent never gets old or goes unnoticed by a southerner. Northern chaps with thick accents usually find themselves getting more attention than average from a southern girl, it's a very endearing and charming sound they give off, unlike the cold and unsatisfying noises that some southern boys come out with. These Bradford folk and crew have set up camp along the pebble beaches of Brighton and just the other day released their EP Moves featuring the likes of UK's up and coming hip hop artist Frankie Stew. (Click to listen via Soundcloud.)
 
 
They're hard to pin point exactly but if you're into the likes of Arctic Monkeys, The Streets and Ghostpoet then you'll definitely rate these guys. Their mass observation songs paint pretty pictures of their everyday life and the romantic songs are charming.
 
I don't usually talk about bands, but these guys are really worth spreading through the grape vine to get the word out to new people. Their personal sense of style also deserves some notoriety, their garms look like something out of Saville Road and are usually finished off with a pair of Reebok Classics and a bicycle with a basket on. Vintage looks with southern slang in a Bradford accent, you can't get much more unique than that really.
 
 
Anyway, check out their new music video below to Empty Space (Muddy Riddim) by Alexander Chai and see what all the fuss is about. Definitely one to watch.
 

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