Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Giants Launch Pledgemusic Campaign

Spending the last couple of years at the forefront of the DIY punk scene, playing hundreds of shows and building their fan base across the UK & Europe, Essex quintet GIANTS are pleased to announce that today, true to their roots, they launch an official PledgeMusic campaign to help crowd fund their as yet untitled debut album.

Pledge Campaign link:
www.pledgemusic.com/projects/giantsuk

The band will be heading to The Ranch Production House in Southampton with producer Neil D. Kennedy (More Than Life, Landscapes, Polar, Heights etc.) to track drums initially between 30th November and 4th December, completing the sessions from 3rd January onwards. A percentage of any funds donated by Pledgers will be going to the Skate4Cancer charity and every Pledger will receive a digital download of the album before general release. Which is scheduled for Spring 2015.

GiantsAfter honing their sound across a series of DIY EPs and vinyl singles, GIANTS have successfully amassed a loyal and rabid fan base, standing them in good stead for the release of this, their debut album.

Now focusing on the next stage of their career, the band have also recently recruited a new drummer in the form of Harvey Freeman, after the departure of previous sticksman and founding member, Ben Creevy:

“Ben was a founding member of our band and has poured his heart and soul into Giants over the years, for that we are indebted to him forever” say the band “But don’t fret, we are not losing a single step – our good friend Harvey Freeman will be taking over behind the kit from now on and we’re excited to have him on board for the next chapter of our bands career.”

You can catch them live at these dates!

19th December – The Cheese & Grain, Frome – supporting Funeral For A Friend
20th December – The Luna Lounge, Leytonstone – with support from Milk Teeth
22nd December – Club 85, Hitchin – with support from Shields

Mike Bearbury
I'm the beer drinking, metal screaming, photo taking, awkward interviewing guy that loves deathcore and anything heavy ever. Metal has been a huge influence on my life and will continue to be so. I get overly excited about meeting bands I listen to; probably something to do with a childhood dream.

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