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Review of The Sherpas new single – Telescope

February 6, 2013

I have seen the up and coming band The Sherpas a couple of times live now. The first was whilst I was staying at The Eyre Court Hotel in Devon (see review here – https://theculturegirl.wordpress.com/2013/02/04/the-eyre-court-hotel-review-seaton-devon/). They were playing one evening and I thought they were great, from them I followed them, hoping that they are going to eventually make it big. I saw they were playing again in London, at Dublin Castle in Camden. This was a great step for them, they had a paid gig, and it was great, the audience, even those who did not know them were cheering and dancing, which was great to see.

The other day, I even managed to hear The Sherpas on the radio, another fantastic step, they had a quite a large slot and played some live songs – here is the link to the show if you fancy having a listen, they are on at 1 minute 12 – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p013r8y2.

The Sherpas Live

They have also just released their first single, which can be listened to on Spotify and even brought on iTunes. Their first single is called Telescope, their launch for the single was at The Bull and Gate in Kentish Town last Saturday, they performed really well, and hopefully it will encourage people to buy their new single. Their sound is pretty much rock and they say that their influences include The Maccabees, but, I’m not too into rock and yet I still quite like their songs. There are 5 of them in the band, aged between 17 and 20, although you would not think they were that young if you had a listen to their music.

So, follow them on facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TheSherpas, or twitter – @Thesherpas and of course, search for ‘The Sherpas on iTunes and buy their single, out now, called Telescope!

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