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saidmike

saidmike

saidmike


Sadly the band split but check out Straight Lines 2004 - 2009 (years approx) Born in the same scene that has produced the likes of Kids In Glass Houses and The Blackout, it can be a double edged sword seeing your friends causing in a stir in the UK’s underground circuit, you can either get jealous and resentful about it, or it can spur you on to give it 100%. For this Pontypridd five piece it could only be the latter. Meet Said Mike. The next 18 months were spent gigging the South Wales circuit Read more on Last.fm
Sadly the band split but check out Straight Lines 2004 - 2009 (years approx) Born in the same scene that has produced the likes of Kids In Glass Houses and The Blackout, it can be a double edged sword seeing your friends causing in a stir in the UK’s underground circuit, you can either get jealous and resentful about it, or it can spur you on to give it 100%. For this Pontypridd five piece it could only be the latter. Meet Said Mike. The next 18 months were spent gigging the South Wales circuit, a previous stomping ground for Lostprophets, Funeral For A Friend, Bullet For My Valentine and The Automatic, and sharing the stages with the likes of Enter Shikari and Get Wape. Wear Cape.

Fly. Upon returning from a four week jaunt of the UK at the end of 2006, the band were greeted with the news that they had won a vote to appear at the Taste Of Chaos at Cardiff’s CIA, alongside Taking Back Sunday and Alexisonfire, a clear indication that they were starting to reap the rewards for their continued hard work. At the turn on 2007, Said Mike were starting to fill the venues they’d opened just a year earlier, and had began work on their debut EP. Keeping it in the family, the effort was produced by Todd Campbell, Dane’s brother, in their home studio. The obviously musically inclined brothers no doubt have their dad, Phil, guitarist of the legendary Motorhead, to thank for kick starting their interest. The result is this, ‘Stop The Clocks’, a five track offering bursting at the seams with their hook-laden, genre-hopping rock stylings. According to frontman, Tom, ‘Stop The Clocks’ is inspired by and touches on subjects such as bullying, love, relationships, drug abuse, frustration, but also enjoying life to the max and partying.

The key thing he says is “it’s all done with a positive feel. We write about things that go on in our lifes, and without a doubt go on in many other young people's lives. We don’t write songs about how shit life is for us, because we’ve all had decent up bringings, but that doesn't mean you can't have problems either,” he adds. Read more on Last.fm.

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