Morain – Are We Lost Ep

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars



Released: 23rd September


The result of growing up on the hard streets of the North, surrounded by faces and souls even colder than the biting winds, Morain is a four-piece band formed in 2009 by close friends with the mission of, in the words of vocalist/guitarist Wil Frost: “We are all best friends, and we play music because it’s what we love to do. We just want to play the best shows, write the best songs, and make the best music we possibly can.”

And they’ve definitely achieved that goal. Plying their trade on the same circuit that helped launch The Cribs, the band has quickly developed a loyal and burgeoning following. After playing a series of acclaimed and explosive live-shows, the band’s commendation rose even further and led to them being signed by Brightblack Records in 2010. Most bands would let this go to their heads,
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The fact that he came from a non-sporting background helped Larkin view seemingly complex issues and vanities for what they were, and enabled him to clinch deals where others might have failed. A finely honed sense of humour also played its part, allied to a refusal to be taken in by what he
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