London four piece, Telegram released their debut single on their own GramGram label on the 4th of November 2013.
‘Follow’, recorded at Mr Dan’s studio in London with producer Dan Carey and engineer Alexis Smith, is released on vinyl and available to download and comes backed with ‘Under the Night Time’.
Formed earlier in 2013, the Telegram line up of Matt Saunders (vocals/ guitar), Matt Wood (guitar), Oli Paget-Moon (bass) and Jordan Cook (drums) had only played a handful of shows, causing a stir in the capital and beyond and recently played a live session on Marc Riley’s BBC 6 show.
One of the most exciting new live bands around, they effortlessly combine their love of Eno, Barrett, krautrock and late proto-punk to great effect and the results are stunning.
Telegrams live shows in late 2013 included playing as special guests of Bo Ningen, Temples and Palma Violets on their respective tours.
Sub-Sonic Live delivered another amazing night of new music!
Temples, already count legends such as Johnny Marr and Robert Wyatt among their fanbase, with NME describing them as “...one of the brightest new lights of the current psych scene”.
Supporting Temples, and similarly referencing the rainbow of sounds employed by artists including Eno, Barrett, krautrock and late proto-punk bands, Telegram, have also made their mark on the emerging scene. Scottish six piece, The Merrylees completed the live line up, with their fusion of 70s psychedelic rock and British pop, recently touring with Paul Weller and recording under the expert production of Richard Hawley.
The night also featured a DJ set from avid record collector and Cave Club DJ, Rhys Webb of The Horrors.