London based indie-pop rockers The Limited have revealed their debut single 'Nightmare'. The track is taken from the EP, also called 'Nightmare', out August 25th.
A good introduction into what the four-piece are about, 'Nightmare' offers a carefree pop sound laced with melodic rock riffs and an added indie sensibility. The band is influenced by the likes of Kings Of Leon, John Mayer and Michael Jackson. Their hearts lie within rock and indie yet they have a deep lust for catchy pop tunes.
Roaming from Wales and Devon, the four members of The Limited; Aled, Matthew, Josh and Jack, travelled to London to settle, study at Westminster Uni and focus on the band. Despite not releasing anything yet
The Limited are steadily creating a good buzz within the London scene, headlining reputable venues like The Garage, 93 Feet East and Proud Camden.
"We really hope that Nightmare gives listeners an idea of what we are about and makes them want to hear more"
'The Nightmare EP' will be released on August 25th independently via the bands own label.
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