By Connie Osborne Friday 30 August 2013 Updated: 30/08 10:24
ALTERNATIVE rock is on offer to music fans as a Redditch band release their debut EP.
The self titled album by Layers is set to hit the web and shops from Monday, September 16, offering listeners an unusual mix of heavy rock and soul.
The four piece band, which hail from Oakenshaw, Smallwood and Wirehill, include Lance Joseph on vocals, Nick Ebanks on bass, Elliot Vaughan on drums and guitarist James Thompson.
They have already featured on Kerrang radio’s Artist of The Week as well as being handpicked by singer Colin Doran from Hundred Reasons to support them at a sold out show.
While the group have also performed at the Alternative Great Escape in Brighton and supported US pop punk group Everclear.
Bass player Nick Ebanks said: “Our self-titled EP has literally been two years in the making and is the culmination of our efforts since the creation of the band.
“We’ve worked so hard to make it the best release it can be - we cannot wait for you to hear it.”
To celebrate the EP release the band will be performing at a variety of venues around the country including Birmingham O2 Academy on September 20.
Visit www.layersband.co.uk for more information.
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