The Spiels | Nightvision Part 1

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Nightvision Part 1

by The Spiels

"The Spiels specialise in alternative folk-pop of infinitely dark hue. A heady formula that takes in Arcade Fire, Kate Bush and Anthony and the Johnsons, the Manchester outfit subtly sweep you into their dark melodic undertow" - Manchester Evening News
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. The Day That It Became
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2. Let Me Sleep for a While
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3. In Darkness
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4. Yours
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5. Slow War
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"Nightvision Part 1" is the debut EP by The Spiels. With their energetic live sets, breathtaking harmonies and rolling rhythms The Spiels have earned a reputation as one of Manchester's most intriguing new bands. The story began in 2010 when singer-songwriters Ryan Lamey and Ben McGarvey, once rivals of the Manchester music scene, discovered they had a mutual affinity for all things dark and melodic. The pair were soon joined by Jo Reid on violin, Andy Ford on drums and Gemma Lovegrove on bass and synth. Together, in the midsts of their dynamic soundscapes and haunting melodies, The Spiels seek to capture the brutal, the beautiful, and the strangely comic aspects of the human condition.


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