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- Me, Myself, and I
- We're four guys from Kent, England who love to play music. We're also Christians, and we want to glorify God through what we do. We've been playing together for around two years now, and we've been doing mostly local gigs, the most notable of which was in Hildenborough where we supported the legends that are [Dweeb]. We've also played at the Forum in Tunbridge Wells a few times, where the likes of Coldplay, The Kooks, The Automatic and Rooster have all played (before they were famous!).
We recorded an 8-track CD in Norfolk during the Easter holidays of 2006. Please buy it, it's only £5! Either leave a message here, or email email@example.com if you're interested in buying a CD.
Please check out www.sustained.tk and/or www.myspace.com/sustained.
Ben Whittle - vocals, bass
John Pawlett - lead guitar
Jeremy Young - rhythm guitar, keys
Richard Hillary - drums
(Jon Hall - techno-arty stuff)
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This was written in the Tonbridge Chronicle sometime during the Summer, but we've only just seen a copy. We found it amusingly complimentary! This is the full review, (only edited for one typo):
"Bands like Sustained make supporting local talent easy.
Four young lads from the Tonbridge and Sevenoaks area formed Christian band Sustained, who bring a mature and fresh sound to the youth music scene.
Their debut album, Borrowed Time, is a vibrant mix of mature vocals and adventurous use of guitar with a distinct 80s vibe – think early Eric Clapton or a less rock ‘n’ roll Arctic Monkeys. The lyrics are thought-provoking and can apply to our relationship with God or our relationships with one another.
The album consists of eight tracks. Tearing Us Down and Without You stand out as favourites and Alive has proved to be a hit due to its fast pace and funky guitar riffs. Their brave idea of recording two tracks unplugged pays off as you get a chance to hear their raw talent.
A really professional and impressive sound, Borrowed Time is an excellent debut album from a truly talented band."
Review by Caroline Garnar
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Hey guys, we're thinking of making a video for Change (coz it's the song of ours that everyone seems to like!) and we wanted to know if any of you had any ideas? We have a few ideas of our own, but we'd love to hear from you! Please either reply to this blog or email Jeremy (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any suggestions you have. Cheers, take care
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Hey, just wanted to say a huge thanks to all of our groupies, and an especially big cheers for the comments you've left, they've been really encouraging! It all makes us feel popular, lol! Take care all of you, hope to see you around!
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