London quintet Josh Flowers & The Wild launch a modest performance video for their newest track 'Jacques Cousteau' as they continue to work on their upcoming debut studio album which is expected to hit shelves sometime in 2015.
The video features the band playing away in their practice space, with frontman Josh Flowers on vocals, lead guitar and harmonica; Squiff on cello and backing vocals; Dave on bass; and Reuben on drums. But this band don't need a fancy video shoot to be captivating, because their rock n roll ethos with its blues-soaked sound, soaring gritty rock vocals and soulful harmonies are engaging enough.
Josh Flowers & The Wild are on the road at the moment, with various London gigs coming over the summer. They'll even be joining in the fun at Camden Rocks Festival on May 30th 2015, playing a gig at Dingwalls. In between live shows, however, they are joined by Grammy winning Swedish record producer Martin Terefe - who counts KT Tunstall, Jason Mraz, Mary J. Blige and Jamie Cullum among his many credits - in the studio. The band released their debut EP 'Young Bones' back in 2013; a five track collection produced by Jason Boshoff.
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