With an ability to walk the fine line between heavier bands and the more acceptable, lighter side of rock, Longshore comfortably fit in - anywhere at anytime.
In 2004, the slowly dying embers of two bands - one of which being Longshore and its old line-up - merged to give Longshore a new fire to what they were doing. With crunchier guitars and a livelier feel, old songs were revamped and the new ones took Longshore into an entirely different genre.
Now, in 2005, the band have begun to relentlessly push their live shows and get back into the studio to demo their new sound.
With an ability to walk the fine line between heavier bands and the more acceptable, lighter side of rock, Longshore are comfortably fitting in - anywhere at anytime.
We try to play live as often as we can. We started out locally to get it all together and now we're slowly pushing further afield - playing bigger venues and getting to more people.
Feeder, Jimmy Eat World, Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Faith No More, Embrace, Dodgy, U2, Beach Boys, Pearl Jam, Oasis