Narrow Plains formed in early 2012 after self-recording and producing their debut EP “Somewhere In Between” at minimal cost but to some considerable critical acclaim - “the passion and fury that spawns this type of intense creation is evident in both the lyrics and sound” (Kei Hendrix, Bandmark). Gigging at any and every location available to them in and around their native London, the band “exploded on to their city’s live music scene” (Brandon Schiafone, Niji Magazine). As an unsigned, self-produced act, "they understood the importance of interacting extensively on social media and have attracted a large number of fans and followers online from all around the globe" (Radar, Indscene) such that “The band has fans around the world already”
(Will Jukes, BestNewBands.com).
The band has recently released another self-produced, double A single, “So Rewind”/ “Keep You Anyway” that has just been picked as BBC Introducing South Track of the Day. They continue to write and perform a large number of original songs and have signed an album deal with Smart Indie Music. They hope to release their debut album in early summer 2015.
Narrow Plains are an acoustic-indie, trio based in London, consisting of Charlie Ferriday (guitar/vocals), Stuart Connick (drums/back-up vocals) and Roger Connick (bass/back-up vocals). They have performed at prestigious venues such as the 02 Academy Islington, 100 Club, Barfly and Cavern Club in Liverpool. They have also played at festivals like TWF, Redfest, Shoreditch, Yardlife, Lechlade and Amprocks.
The band has recently received international acclaim, being selected as Judges Pick 2014 by a prestigious panel of music experts in the USA-based Bands4Good online talent contest, winning a recording session with the legendary John Davenport in his North Carolina studio. They were also winning finalists in the 2014 Canadian “Live In Your City” contest of Uprise.FM and have just been selected for the live heats of the Hard Rock Rising competition. “London, known for fostering copious musical acts, has once again served as breeding ground for an up-and-coming musical force.”(Ker’s Korner)