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Adelaide

Closure

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Adelaide

Closure

13 Jan 2012 date joined

Week 6 buzz chart winner

England, Greater London

David Williams Guitar

John Lloyd Guitar, Vocals

Josh Leach Guitar, Vocals

Dave Fee Drummer, Vocals

Sam Storey Vocals

Biography

Since the inception of Adelaide in early 2010, the London based quintet hit the ground running and haven’t look back since. Within their first 6 months as a unit, the band managed two UK tours as well as a successful run in Sweden. They then went on to win the Atticus competition to open up Madina Lake’s sell out show at London’s HMV Forum. Later that year they went on to headline the first Ourzone "Found" Tour, which successfully sold out across the UK, and finished the year playing main support to genre heavyweights Set Your Goals at their sold out secret show at Camden’s Purple Turtle. The boys went into 2011 on a high: after headlining two of their own tours they put together themselves, they were picked by Tom Delonge of Blink 182, Josh Franceschi of YouMeAtSix and Kerrang! Magazine to open Slam Dunk 2011's Kerrang! Introducing Stage, an opportunity they relished!! Having amassed three separate sold out shows in their home city of London (including the Camden Barfly and the Islington O2 Academy 2) Adelaide ended 2011 playing main support to Mercury Records new boys “Futures,” and followed that with the release of their second EP “We Came Here To Win” on the 1st of February 2012 which was supported by the video/single “Closure.” With a band whose CV includes live dates with Madina Lake, Bowling For Soup, You Me At Six, We Are The Ocean & Set Your Goals, Adelaide are quite simply looking to take 2012 by the throat! Combining chunky riffs with big sing-a-long choruses, it's live where these boys are at their best. Having spent so long mastering their craft of performing with boundless energy and breathtaking harmonies, theirs is a show not to be missed!

Influences

Punk, Pop, Rock, Emo, Hardcore, Rave, Dub Step, Happy Hardcore, Nu-Wave, Nu-Metal, Metal, Garage, R 'n' B, Rock 'n' Roll, Two Step, Lounge Jazz, Disco, Orchestral, Funk, House, Funky House, Latin Dance, Blues, Jazz Fusion, Big Band, Bashment, Grindcore, Metalcore, Heartcore, Emocore, Pianocore, Discocore, MichaelBoltoncore, Dance, Dancehall, Reggae, Reggaeton, Trance, Electro, Indie, Soul, Alternative.................Porn.

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