Sandra's Wedding Album 'Frame Yourself' Is A Showstopper
Sandra's Wedding; a band from from a town you've never heard of with songs they sincerely hope you will enjoy
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Sandra's Wedding proudly present their second album, 'Frame Yourself'.
A depressed builder, a couple staggering home amidst yet another argument, wannabe football hooligans hitting the town, desperate prayers for freedom should their other half have a car crash; Frame Yourself is a series of domestic set to the band's trademark jangle-pop sound.
The second album from Sandra's Wedding, 'Frame Yourself' follows on from 2017's Northern Powerhouse and the 2018 EP 'Good Morning, Bad Blood.'
The debut single release from Frame Yourself, 'Lip Service', was named BBC Radio York Introducing's 'Track of The Week' upon release and has since been one of their Tracks of 2020 as well as other nationwide radio play. The single features the renowned percussionist Gary Hammond and explores the heady mix of insecure males, mega pixel cameras and an apparently captive audience.
Sandra's Wedding were formed in 2016 in Goole, East Yorkshire. The line up of Joe Hodgson (vocals, rhythm guitar), Jonny Hughes (lead guitar), Luke Harrison (drums) came together to record songs which became their debut album, Northern Powerhouse (2017). Corey Jones joined on bass as a temporary member and has since become a more permanent fixture.
The band have drawn comparisons to a wide range of bands from The Beautiful South, The Smiths, The Go Betweens, The La's amongst others. Over the several LP and EP releases since 2017 there have been explorations of different sounds which reflect the bands strong desire to not become pigeonholed as any one type of act. Their catalogue ranges from high octane power pop to soulful ballads with earworm laden jangle-pop and painfully simple acoustic tunes wedged between.
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January 17, 2021 12:04pm ET by Decent Music PR Limited