GO:AUDIO to release their catching debut mini album 'Woodchuck' on the 3rd March 2008 through Epic Records, Check out the video for the main track of the same name.
The band are set to unveil 'Woodchuck', their debut EP. Released through Epic Records, the four track outing displays the facets of this fascinating band. There are the pop sensibilities of the effervescent title track 'Forget About It', which displays the band's more controlled, and more emotive side. A slightly darker side of the bands sound and style is represented with a live cut, the thrilling 'So Quiet You Were'. While the quartet of compositions is fulfilled by a remix, 'Does It Really Matter?' reworked by Dallas' masterful Secret Handshake.
James Matthews: vocals
Zack Wilkinson: guitars
Josh Wilkinson: keyboards/synthesisers/programming
Andy Booth: drums
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