Take The Seven

There has been an impressive array of great bands appearing in the past couple of years, but there has not been many as rounded and virtually complete as Take The Seven.

In their first 2 years together the band have toured the UK extensively and played shows with the likes of Senses Fail, Glamour Of The Kill, Failsafe, and My Passion to great acclaim and success.

These live shows have been turning heads in the music industry too - the band have been snapped up for management by Tristan Lillingston (who has worked with Bullet For My Valentine, and currently manages Charlie Simpson), and taken on by The Agency Group for live booking.

Currently putting finishing touches to their debut EP with producer Carl Bown (Fightstar, While She Sleeps), they have crafted a sound that is big, expansive, and refreshingly contagious, even in their quieter moments and an easy fit within the ear. The songs invite and entertain like old friends, their creativity and melodies a warm and stirring caress, which leads to the only criticism one can place upon the band. They bring songs that sound close to other bands of the same intent only these five accomplished musicians do it better.

Criticism is maybe too strong a word as it is more a case of the band yet to find their own truly unique and distinct sound but with an EP that is this enjoyable and music that is mesmeric and exciting even if familiar,

Take The Seven are not only ones to watch but to put a wager on to find big success. Armed with an impressive collection of songs and a killer live set, the stage is set for this to be the breakout year for Take The Seven.


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