Heard of Exit Motel? No? Well I guess they havent been on some half-rate, industry killing talent show, so youre excused
A band formed out of necessity Exit Motel are Matt Clark and Rich Patmore, two guys doing what their head and heart tell them to do everyday. You cant choose not to write songs like these guys do, theres just something inside that needs to come out, to be given a form. And it is in their debut album Flights Of Gravity that this form is finally realised.
Flights Of Gravity is a classy piece from start to glorious finish
The Fly magazine
The sound? The delicately severe songs Exit Motel write indulge the rawness of The Police, Janes Addiction and Mars Volta and the vocal radiance of Simon and Garfunkel and Pink Floyd and create something new. Matt Clark and Rich Patmore craft songs, good songs like in the seventies where it was all about the song and nothing else. They write for themselves, for the people who listen and await the next release, and for anyone who still has faith in music.
Exit Motel arent trying to take on the world, but embrace an obsession, that will see their world become a whole lot bigger. The duos first download single release, Hospital Man, has already gathered the ears of those in the know at both radio and press in the UK. And they have no intention of stopping there.
Just two minutes listening to something that has taken months to create, an album that will stand the test of time...
EXIT MOTELS DEBUT ALBUM FLIGHTS OF GRAVITY IS AVAILABLE ON WORLDWIDE DOWNLOAD FROM ITUNES AND FOR PURCHASE IN THE UK FROM WWW.AMAZON.CO.UK
Yes, London and surrounding area
Alternative rock influenced by the likes of Mars Volta, Faith no More, Pink Floyd, Pearl Jam, Kings of Leon, Radiohead, The Police, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Soundgarden
Fender guitars, Marshall and Vox amps