Left Hand Red
Left Hand Red
Therefore, Left Hand Red, for now, has run it's course. But, before you start crying, do read on... The remaining members, myself, Darren and Barry had a long conversation about what we would like to do next, start a new project together or go our separate ways and begin our own, individual bands. We came to the conclusion that as we get along so well and have that 'connection', it'd make most sense to continue working together. We discussed at length what we would all like from a new band and have now started looking for new members. When I say we're starting a new band together, this will not be a continuation of Left Hand Red in any way, shape or form.
It will be a completely new project. Do not think that the new band will just be Left Hand Red with a different drummer and new name! This couldn't be farther from the truth. We have already started to put ideas down and a new sound and direction has been born. I can't go into details at this time but the departure of Russell has given the rest of us a (much needed) kick up the arse and ignited a new passion and excitement that has been absent in recent months.
It's going to take a while to get everything sorted so please be patient, we will keep you informed of any major developments via this MySpace until we have a new one up and running. This MySpace and other sites will remain up with free access and downloads of all Left Hand Red's music. We'd like to wish Russell all the best for the future and thank you all for your support over the past five years. Watch this space.... “Left Hand Red are highly watchable diamonds in a straight-up rock genre littered with bores. Their recent ‘Transition’ E.P. is well worth investigating” - Ben Miller, Critic, The Argus ”’Transition’, a raucous, lively and generally spiffing E.P.”- Latest Seven “These sweet pop-rock hooks taste like everything from Oasis to QOTSA and smell like the good times you can only get with a good old rock out.” – Brighton Source Magazine "Definitely check these guys out.
They're experiemental, alternative sound will bring together all those who like The White Stripes, The Hives and The Vines with those who rock out to Nirvana, Soundgarden, and the Pixies. Absolutely brilliant." - New Rock News 43 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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