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Band Review: Boats On The Ocean

PEOPLE, WE ARE BACK WITH ANOTHER BAND REVIEW! And again, I'm very excited about it. I love doing band reviews on new bands, because yes! This is actually a band who I have seen live before, right back in March (I make that sound so long ago) I saw them when they opened for The Mocking Jays at the EP launch show! I didn't catch all of their set because frankly me and Amber were outside crying, well I was she wasn't. But I did hear some of their tracks!
Boats On The Ocean I do not own this photo, click here for the source!  So Boats On The Ocean are a small Notts/Derby band. Again, like most bands, I blog about they're in the same circuit as like The Mocking Jays, Don't Forget Rupert, Left Hand Lane and them ones, the ones you see on here a lot! So the members are: Frank Statham - Lead Vocals and rhythm guitar
Harry Fox - Bass and Backing Vocals
Cameron Mundie - Lead Guitarist and Backing vocals
Tom Spray - Drums For Fans Of:
- Catfish and The Bottlemen
- Cassia
- Pau…

Band Review: Left Hand Lane

Left Hand Lane are a small, local Notts band. They're in the same scene as some of the other bands I write about including, The Mocking Jays, Don't Forget Rupert and Distant Blue and that is how I initially came across them. In this post I will give my thoughts on their new single Skank, but I also want to heavily concentrate on this being a band review. Also before I dive too deep into this, I just want to say a massive thanks to Pearce for making this an easy blog post for me, as he was really helpful and co-operative and he was actually the one to approach me about doing this blog post!
Left Hand Lane Disclaimer: I do not own this photo and all the credit goes to Rebecca Sansom Okay, so Left Hand Lane are a sort of alt rock sort of band, but they also have HEAVY punk elements to them, I don't want to call them punk rock because they're alt rock, but they do have some punk roots there. FFO- "For fans of anyone who enjoys music, we don't really aim for an aud…