‘Thoughts, Fears And Beers’ Feature Strongly In a Big Year For The Tailormade

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The Tailormade have had a big 2016 so far, with the release of their debut EP, ‘Thoughts, Fears And Beers’, and last night, supporting CeeLo Green at the Lowther Pavilion.

We introduced you late last year to The Tailormade, the trio who were crowned “The Best Buskers In London”. They’re an energetic, straight-talking mix of three brilliant singer/songwriters, whose friendship saw them join together in a quest to create a new vibrant sound. Having supported the likes of Blue, and Rebecca Ferguson, they’ve also performed to an audience of over 20,000 at London’s Pride Festival, as well as having been involved in The Brit Awards for two consecutive years.

‘Thoughts, Fears And Beers’ was released in March this year at London’s O2 Academy, Islington, in a sold-out show. It’s a collection of six self-written tracks, filled with insights into everyday life. The trio have caught the attention of Londoners, including some famous ones – who’ve had a chance to hear them busking. Both Gary Linekar and XFMs Phil Clifton have tipped them for big things, while Emma Thompson, who first heard them on the underground, has said of them,

“’Days  of Our Lives’ on YouTube is completely brilliant. I first saw them on the tube and now they’re on the other tube. I’m so happy.”

The band are about to embark on a five week school tour, and have some really big shows lined up in the summer. They’re also working on their new EP, and expect to release this later on in the year.

‘Thoughts, Fears and Beers’ is available on iTunes. Find The Tailormade online on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and their website.

Check out The Tailormade’s recent cover of ‘I Found A Girl’, by The Vamps:

The Tailormade - I Found a Girl by The Vamps

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