Narrow Plains Release ‘I Should’ve Known’ and it’s a Rocking Good Tune

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<h4 style="text-align: justify;"><strong>London based acoustic-indie trio Narrow Plains have just released their latest single 'I Should've Known' on the 15th of January 2016.</strong></h4>

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<p style="text-align: justify;">Following a string of recent awards and accolades, including being crowned winners of the internationally regarded, 'Hard Rock Rising 2015' awards, which took place at London's Hard Rock Cafe, as well as finalists in UpriseFM's 'Live in Your City', Narrow Plains also won a recording session with highly acclaimed John Davenport.</p>

Davenport, who has worked with John Lennon, The Rolling Stones, and Bruce Springsteen, produced ‘Choices’ for the trio at his Deep River Studios in North Carolina. The song reached number one in the Reverbnation indie charts.

Following on from the success of their previous single, ‘So Rewind’, ‘I Should’ve Known’ runs on a strong blues/rock influence. 

Brothers Roger and Stuart Connick, on Bass and Drums respectively, lay down a tireless and hypnotic rhythm, which allows Vocalist and frontman, Charlie Ferriday, to really push his vocals over the ruthless persistence of his guitar playing.


<p style="text-align: justify;">With their much anticipated self-titled album due out on 14th February, Narrow Plains will have a release show on 22 January at the O2 Academy, Islington: they're setting themselves up as ones to look out for in 2016, with an attitude that just won't stop.</p>

Find Narrow Plains online on Twitter, Facebook and their website.

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