Bradford’s Warme Heats Up With ‘Council House Opera’

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Bringing a heavy blend of classic rock Bradford band Warme turn up the heat with their album, ‘Council House Opera’. 

Comprising Lee Walsh on Lead Vocals, Craig and Jamie Hamilton on Guitars, Macaulay Haywood on Bass, and Lewis Knight on Drums, the quintet were originally formed in 2003, and cite influences as diverse as Thin Lizzy and Led Zeppelin and Paul Weller.

Warme have played European festivals, toured extensively, appeared on TV, and received rave reviews in the UK, Europe, and the US music press – but rather than sign any of the several record contracts they were offered, decided to stay true to their roots and remain independent, with their album released on their own label.

Check out the video for the title track, ‘Council House Opera’:

You can find Warme online on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and their official website. ‘Council House Opera’ is available to download from iTunes.

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