RAMES release “Won’t Be Long”
London based quartet, RAMES, release their brand new single today, “Won’t Be Long”, a power-pop-indie track with an infectious guitar hook and gritty, sublime vocals, this young band – Alan Li (vocals/guitar), Oliver Zanetti (guitar), Joe Bedford (bass) and Joe Jarvis (drums) – have really stepped up to the mark with their latest offering, which is produced by Gavin Monaghan at Magic Garden Studios. It’s a Britpop rebirth! Dig some RAMES!
The release follows their 2019 debut, “Easy For You”, which was credited as Sunday Mirror’s Single of the week amongst other accolades. This was quickly followed up by their first sellout headline show in London, playing to a three figure crowd. The boys then released their second single, “She’s Gold”, during lockdown which has since racked up over 20,000 streams on Spotify and was picked up by Amazing Radio along with a host of other stations.
The boys have have performed at major UK venues supporting the likes of Deco, FLOWVERS, The Manatees and The Covasettes on their UK Tours for national promoters in Sucker, JuiceBox Live and Scruff of the Neck. They have also previously played at festivals such as Wilkestock with artists such as Slaves and The Snuts. If you recognise a familiar sound in “Won’t Be Long”, then it would hardly surprise you that the band cite amontg their influences, The Cure, although there quite a bit of Gigolo Aunts in there for good measure!