"People are always asking us if we are intimidated by the music industry," says Henry Stansall laughing. "I think if they had seen a couple of gigs that we played, you would not ask that question."
Together with his younger brother Rupert (22) Henry (23) Ruen Brothers from some of the unhealthier pubs of North Lincolnshire led to applause from opinion leaders such as Rick Rubin, Zane Lowe of BBC Radio One and music director George Ergatoudis.
Since the duo from Scunthorpe in January this year his track "Aces"Posted online, the two have a winning streak - and the not undeserved: The song combines Stones-like RB with breathtaking theatrical sounds à la Roy Orbison and acts remarkably mature for such a young band.
On the other hand play Henry and Rupert this music for years - with cover versions of hits from the Hollies, the Everly Brothers and the Beatles they refined in bars before an audience of "60-year-old women who take off their clothes while dancing", and rowdy guests your musical skills.
"Once we played at this pub full construction worker types, all of which were six feet tall and looked like skinheads," said Henry, Frontman of the band. "We played, Dream Lover by Bobby Darin, and when I looked to the left, stood this little guy, of this huge guy choked and pressed against the pane of frosted glass. I just thought, well, that's cool as long as not to Pub come. But of course they had to crash through the windshield, and then were fighting about six of them, and the whole thing has become an ordinary brawl. "
Of course, not so extend each gig. But through concerts like this the band has learned a lot, says guitarist Rupert: "It helps you to understand how great songs are written you can not shit, or you will not get paid.."
Henry began at the age of ten years with the music, Rupert already with eight. Henrys first guitar was a black Encore, who had bought his father Dene, who experienced his own musical climax in "The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle" when he with the Sex Pistols sang after Johnny Rotten was excreted. Since a performance of the Sex Pistols song "Submission" in their high school sparked little enthusiasm, stood Henry and Rupert the true challenge: the music thirsty fans of Scunthorpe to entertain.
As much as she appreciated the opportunity to test their skills, it lacked the band but of opportunities to try out their own songs, and so the two decided in september to move to London. While they lived in shabby one-room shacks in Finsbury Park, came Rupert and Henry to the conclusion that "would run simple things, if we just one or two things really well fix would". So they rushed into the work, wrote songs, recorded them and turned on their own the video for "Aces"That would mean the start of their careers.
The song found its way to Jason Carter, the head of the BBC program "Introducing". He made him at Radio One to track the week and allowed the band to perform at this year's Glastonbury Festival. As George Ergatoudis then also tweeted that" these guys are huge would "ran Henrys and Rupert telephones hot with loud calls from would-be managers.
Despite everything, the guys go easy to the bustle. It can tracks like "Hold Me Tight"And"Walk Like A Man"Only increase their chance for beat music of the early 60s to do exactly what Jake Bugg has done recently spent Skiffle.
"We believe that out, we have a few of the most evil appearances behind us," said Henry. "I think if you grow up in a small town like Scunthorpe, can you not be influenced by any scenes, but also makes easy what they want without worrying about the rest to make. I think that is a very healthy way, grow up. "
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