Sharp Practise release their new album Now You See Us
via Rye Harbour Records in Oct.
Comprising of Nigel Clothier, Michael Elwood, Ryan Lawson and Simon Foley, Sharp Practise formed in 1999 and released their debut album to rave reviews and a worldwide radio playlisting, making television appearances in LA and Australia. Gaining recognition and radio airplay across the globe including US colleges, Australian indie networks and numerous internet stations, single Bed of Rhythm spent 11 weeks on the World Underground Chart in Australia,
peaking at number 3.
The melding of sounds and influences is best described by frontman Nigel Clothier when he says "We are a rock band that can play with influences from folk to dance yet still create a sound that is recognised as Sharp Practise and no other band, we're fighting a crusade to get well-played, proper songs back into the charts around the world".
'Sharp Practise play classic English rock, with more than a nod towards folk and blues' Fatea Magazine