Belasco - Something between Us - Single Review

Belasco

Belasco - Something between Us - Single Review

Belasco - Something between Us - Single Review
Belasco
Something between Us

With classic elements of song writing and elements of rock, this London trio are set to take the UK by storm.

Released on June 20 th 2005 on Mercury Records, “Something between us” has a resemblance to Coldplay and Snow Patrol – not bad if you’re just starting out!

Belasco have enjoyed success mostly in Europe and are huge in Germany and are a big hit on student radio all over the country.

They will be performing at:

The Luminaire, Kilburn, London

The Luminaire is located at:
311 High Road
Kilburn
London NW6 7JR

On Thursday 16 th June.

This beautiful, twisted track, produced by Hugh Jones (Echo and the Bunnymen), has a soft but edgy feel and is worth listening out for in the future.

Candice Finney

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