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This excellent 4-piece rock band are based in Cardiff, South Wales.


As Kerrang! asked - "What do the Dwr Cymru Water Board put In their supplies? Heres another band from the valleys with a knack for writing anthemic songs as big as the mountains that overshadow their hometown of Abergavenny."


The Undivided write strong melodies with fabulously addictive choruses, for proof of that just listen to the tracks: 'Panic' and 'Wasted Time', as well as the band's summer 2012 track '7 Hours'.


In 2012 they played Merthyr Rock along with the likes of  Razorlight and Kids In Glass Houses.


You can hear 'Worlds Apart' on the Youtube video below.



Paul Jones - Singer/guitarist

Richard Thomas-James - Guitarist

Chris Francis - Bassist

Aled Richards - Drummer


Beyond The Break is a rock band from Llanelli, South Wales and includes drummer Aled Richards of Triple Platinum album selling Catatonia, one of Wale's Cool Cymru bands of the late '90s..


The band was signed to London's 2p Records before playing a live show on just the strength of their demo.


The debut E.P ‘Pictures Of Losing Sleep’ was recorded as a live performance direct to tape over the space of two weekends at Smokehouse Studios in London, capturing the band's full essence in the recordings.


EP single track ‘The Way It Was’ received in excess of 25,000 organic plays on Spotify in the first four weeks with the band only playing a handful of shows including a sold out hometown gig and performing for the Foo Fighters Fan Club at the Foo's Wembley show.  At the year mark, the band had broken 100,000 plays.


Preserving the integrity of analogue ‘Pictures..’ has been released on virgin 12” vinyl and features four intensely engaging alt-rock tracks.


The EP has had excellent reviews and te link to the band's Bandcamp page is below should you would wish to purchase any or all of the tracks.

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