FOUNDRY13 - ARTIST PRESS KIT
Musicians, Producers, Songwriters
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LONDON, UK – FOUNDRY13, the three-piece London based band consisting of Joshi Kyro on vocals and keys, James Alwyn on guitar and vocals, and Abi-Su on drums. The band produce every aspect of Foundry13 themselves from the music to the art. With a list of live performances set up for 2022, the band are expressing their creativity of self-writing and producing all of their work, with many of their singles often cruising the BBC Introducing airways and positions in Spotify editorial playlists. The band have quickly garnered ample industry attention and have been building a solid reputation for great music underneath a novel new sound that blends dark pop undertones with hip hop beats mixed with a distinct rock vibe.
Reminiscent of artists like Twenty One Pilots with touches of influence from older bands like The Clash or The Smiths, Foundry13 brings to light an impressive vibe that fans all over the world are beginning to clamour for. With many of their singles often cruising the BBC Introducing airways and positions in Spotify editorial playlists. FOUNDRY13 have also been featured in many respectable magazines such as CLASH Magazine, CLOUT Magazine, Mystic Sons Magazine and many more. Being featured in BBC Introducing Suffolk 'Ones to watch', and doing a full live set performance as a featured artist for BBC Introducing Suffolk, the band are setting up for a great year. The band are currently enjoying an extensive growth in traffic on their social media platforms. With a carefully devised strategy in place they look to keep their trajectory growing at a rapid pace through a series of nationwide shows, strong social media campaigns and single releases throughout 2022.
FOUNDRY13 are an independent, self-managed band
Robin Murray - CLASH Magazine - “A gorgeous slice of indie pop…comes straight from the heart, which is why it's so effective.”
Chloe Mogg - CLOUT Magazine - “Dynamic and captivating…A natural when it comes to music”
Angelle Joseph - BBC Introducing Suffolk - “I really like that song, I thought…this one was talking to me”