Something More Personal reinterprets the original indie rock sound with which “he” created the right crowd of fans, and shows the quartet in a different light, listening to “his” exceptional music that takes them to new heights. The spectrum ranges from the vibrations of eighties synthesizers electrified for “Closer”, to the ecological remix “Teenagers”, to the highly cinematic sounds of “Brother and the shortened version of “Kirby Keger”. People such as BBC Introducing, Radio X, Clash and ShortList have already signed up for “Club Paradise” and will soon become favorites of indie stage fans. Over time, they communicate with thousands of people in support of established names such as Wistas, Apre, St. Raymond, Larkins, Kashmir and Want, and lead a triumphant, sold out show at Newcastle Cobalt right before they close. Born in Newcastle, Club Paradise did not lose time at the age of forty and creatively prepared a new work: a four-track project Something More Personal, a sequel to their famous single “Growing Up”. Club Paradise is a band that is at the beginning of something big and is now a well-known name on the indie scene and beyond. Music Crowns is a global platform for opening up music artists, a place for the world’s best unsigned, independent and newly signed music artists. Although the band has made various sound fragments of their work, their characteristic and vivid narrative style remains at the heart of every song. Is it Friday? Do you want new music? Well, we have it for you. NEW JERSEY – Jan. MONTKLER, N.J. – Ten.

Newcastle Club Paradise