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Freeze the Atlantic
Freeze the Atlantic
Origin Farnborough, Hampshire, UK
Genres Alternative Rock
2008-present
Labels Alcopop! Records
Hundred Reasons, Reuben, Laruso
Website freezetheatlantic.co.uk
Members Guy Davis
Liv Puente
Andy Gilmour
Tom Stevens
Jon Pearce
Daniel Flay
Chris Knott
Sean Shreeve

Freeze the Atlantic are an English alternative rock band based in Farnborough, Hampshire. The band were formed in late 2008 by Guy Davis, Jon Pearce and Andy Gilmour following the hiatus of both Reuben and Hundred Reasons. The group's name is taken from a song by English alternative rock band Cable from their 1997 album, When Animals Attack.

History

Formation and debut EP

Started initially by Andy Gilmour with Jon Pearce and Guy Davis following the hiatus of both Reuben and Hundred Reasons, the band then recruited second guitarist Tom Stevens (formerly of Archie & the Instincts). The band placed instrumental demos on Myspace to help audition for a vocalist, and in 2009 Daniel Flay (The Travis Waltons) joined the band. Although not appearing on any official releases, Flay did record several demos of songs that would eventually find official release. In 2010 Flay left the band due to personal reasons and Chris J Knott was swiftly brought in as on vocals to complete the line-up. The band spent much of the next 2 years touring the UK. Jon Pearce left the group in 2010 and was replaced by Sean Shreeve. In 2011 the band released their debut EP, Colour by Numbers was released on Alcopop! Records.[1]

Speakeasy

Freeze the Atlantic's debut album Speakeasy was released the following year featuring Colin Doran of Hundred Reasons and JP Reid of Sucioperro/Marmaduke Duke as guest vocalists. The album's lead single Volcanoes would feature Liv Puente of Laruso as a guest vocalist. Liv Puente would go on to join the band permanently after Chris Knott departed in late 2012.[2]

Second album

In 2013, Freeze the Atlantic began work on their second studio album. The band announced that the album would be self-titled and "Stompbox" would be the first single to be released from the album. Freeze the Atlantic was released on 16 June 2014 to positive reviews,[3][4][5] with former vocalist Chris Knott making a guest appearance on the album.[6] It was announced in November 2014 that Sean Shreeve would be departing the band to focus on other projects with original bass player Jon Pearce returning to the line-up as his full-time replacement.

Third album

According to posts in their Facebook page in October 2016, Freeze the Atlantic has finished the studio recordings of their third album, with no release date still published. The album appears to have 11 named tracks, including an instrumental intro.

Band members

Current

  • Guy Davis - drums (2008-present)
  • Liv Puente - vocals (2012-present)
  • Andy Gilmour - guitar (2008-present)
  • Tom Stevens - guitar (2008-present)
  • Jon Pearce - bass (2008-2010) (2014-present)

Former

  • Daniel Flay - vocals (2009-2010)
  • Chris Knott - vocals (2010-2012)
  • Sean Shreeve - bass (2010-2014)

Discography

Studio albums

EPs

Splits

  • Samoans / Freeze the Atlantic (Split with Samoans) - Apres Vous Records (2015)

Music videos

  • Waking Up (2011)
  • Volcanoes (2012)
  • This Fight (2012)
  • Shivering & Dazed (2013)
  • Stompbox (2014)
  • The Last Great Train Robbery (2015)

References

  1. ^ O'Brien, Connor. "Alcopop Records Sign Freeze The Atlantic". Alter The Press.com. Retrieved February 2011.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ Freeze the Atlantic. "Hi everyone. We have some big news for you all, so big we have to split into 3 parts - 2 parts good, 1 part bad. Here goes." 
  3. ^ Pearlman, Mischa. "Freeze The Atlantic - Freeze The Atlantic". NME. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ Newbound, Tim (July 2014), "Freeze The Atlantic - Freeze The Atlantic (7) - 'There have been a couple of line-up shifts for Farmborough's Freeze The Atlantic'", Rock Sound 
  5. ^ Daddsy. "Freeze The Atlantic - Freeze The Atlantic". 7 Bit Arcade. Retrieved . 
  6. ^ "LinerNotes"

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