Harnessing an array of emotions such as anger, resentment and a sense of social disillusionment Partly Faithful layer these themes through stories of vitriolic romanticism entwined with a wry sense of bitterness. Taking away the rose tinted lenses of society Partly Faithful echo the deadpan dark melodic delivery of the ‘Pornography’ era of The Cure via Echo & The Bunnymen combined with the moody undertones of Bauhaus, early Danse Society, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds and Joy Division.

This post-punk collective formed in London in 2011 out of the ashes of underground heroesScreaming Banshee Aircrew who developed a formidable fan base before calling it a day to move into other directions. From here the shamanic front man Ed Banshee teamed up with in bassistChris Brown (Somewhere Outside New York/Dr. Vampire) and drummer Belle Star (Nosferatu/The Hiram Key). The focus of this new band is one of unforgettable live performances and darker, guitar-driven sounds.
After the great response to their debut EP Partly Faithful are pleased to announce that they will be joined for their June/July shows by special guest guitarist, Murray Fenton.

Murray (Muzz) Fention is probably best known for his guitar work with seminal post-punk Sheffield band Artery (recently re-formed at the behest of Jarvis Cocker) and grebo rock band The Batfish Boys. His first London shows with the Partly Faithful will be at The Comedy (Dead Or Alive Presents..) on the 22nd June and the Hope And Anchor (Punk Club 3) on the 6th July, with other appearances pending.

About Cee Tee Jackson

I run three blogs: 1) (my author blog.) 2) (my business / dog walking blog) 3) (my music blog .. infrequent posts) Guess what? I'm a dog walking, wannabee author that loves music.
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