Preview: Brave Rival

by Adam Aiken

Hotly-tipped blues-rockers Brave Rival have a date in East Anglia tomorrow (Wednesday, July 12).

The Pompey-based band will play the John Peel Centre in Stowmarket, with support from Ecto Peach.

Fronted by twin vocalists Lindsey Bonnick and Chloe Josephine, Brave Rival have been turning heads and garnering decent airplay recently.

The five-piece outfit are influenced by the likes of John Mayer, Aretha Franklin, Fleetwood Mac and Led Zep, and they’ve been nominated for a clutch of awards.

Their current tour includes a festival performance at Maid Of Stone later in July, and they had been due to play the Cambridge Rock Festival next month before its recent cancellation.

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