Formed in August 2002, The Flow are an unsigned four-piece Rock band from Essex. In a year and a half of gigs at major London Venues, Universities and Summer Festivals, The Flow have been able to forge and define their unique sound.
The Flow describe their sound as a blend of bass driven rock, powerful, energetic vocals, classic rock drumming, huge guitar riffs, and intricate solos. Combining classic rock influences from the 1960s and early 1970s with a host of contemporary artists, they add a unique and refreshing sound to today's saturated rock soundtrack.
In July 2004, The Flow reached the UK Final of the Emergenza Battle of The Bands Competition at the Mean Fiddler, London Astoria 2. Playing in front of 1500 music fans and industry judges from Columbia and Sony, The Flow won the crowd vote and beat off 14 other unsigned bands to be crowned Best London Band.
Playing at venues like The Borderline, The Half Moon in Putney, The Dublin Castle, Sound in Leicester Square and Queen Mary University, The Flow’s fan-base is expanding with every gig through their electric stage presence, spurred on by their raw power and emotion.
Having recorded their new Two Track demo in July 2004, The Flow received their first airplay and phone interview on ‘The Villan’, the Midlands Indie radio station. Both ‘Million Melodies’ and ‘Jam Sunday’ received a great response.
For a totally independant review of the band, go to www.theflow.info and go to the Press Page for Press articles and our links page to go to the discussion forum.
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