Five O'Clock Heroes Set Release
Transatlantic Brit-Rock saviors certainly hold a deep routed and unconditional place in most New Yorkers and Londoners heart. Having carved their way amongst the masses from the indie rock explosion back in the early "Noughties" – they ventured on the road, the old school way, without funds and equipped with an array of amazing new songs, top notch live performances and a presence hip and dark enough to attract the hearts and eyes of any rock n'roll dude and doll.
Indeed, Five O'Clock Heroes have garnered a loyal legion of fans, on both sides of the Atlantic, after playing a string of European festival dates and about to throw themselves on the road herein the US this Fall – prepare yourselves for an onslaught of intense and good old fashioned mod rock beats and riffs. Melodies accompanied by the quirky and immediately recognizable vocals of Antony Ellis, singing tales of his tribulations – with tracks such as "Knocked Her Up", "Corporate Boys" and "White Girls", it's not impossible to understand the charm, wit and appeal this band so blatantly possess. - Watch Time On My Hands Live at Pinkpop 2007
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