Charlotte Hatherley launched her debut single 'Creatures' with new band Sylver Tongue in London last night (21.05.12).
Charlotte Hatherley launched her debut single with new band Sylver Tongue in London last night (21.05.12).
The band played a set at the Seabright arms pub to launch the track, 'Creatures', showcasing an electro pop sound.
Charlotte - who was previously a member of Ash, and has also had her own solo career - took to the stage with a white streak dyed into her otherwise dark hair and wearing a jacket made out of feathers and leather trousers. She played mostly keyboards rather than guitar and sang throughout the set.
Although they didn't say much to the crowd - which included singer KT Tunstall - throughout a short, thirty minute set, Charlotte later tweeted: ''Thanks to everyone who came down last night. If you have photos, please post them up!''
Charlotte has previously explained she named the band after being inspired by a sci-fi and former Japan singer David Sylvain.
Speaking about her choice of name, she told NME.com: ''It's from a massive list of sci-fi references that I had. I read the Philip Pullman book 'His Dark Materials' trilogy and there's a girl in there who exists in a parallel universe called Silver Tongue. I put the 'Y' in there as an odd to David Sylvain, because I'm just obsessed with Japan.''