Indie band Whitemoor is set to release its new album, Pause and Effect at the end of next month. The band, which was originally formed in 2010 by lead singer and guitarist, Barrington Mole is taking a different music direction in the style of this latest release. Previously the bands singles have had a definite pop vibe, but their new songs move towards a more heavy bass and guitar instrumentation.
The band is made up of guitar, bass, drums, vocals and keys. It has only been in it’s current format for 3 years, with its only female member, keys player and backing vocalist, Louise Tomlinson joining the group in 2012. But has already managed to develop a strong, individual style, essential for a band to stand out.
Pause and Effect is available to pre-order now and will be released on the 25th of July via Sound Hub Records.
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