As the EU Debate Rages, London based band achieve cult status in Europe

With 50% of the UK supporting a British split from Europe, one London based band are firmly countering this trend. Londoners ‘No Thoughts No Gravity’ are well on their way to achieving cult status in Central Europe and in particular Poland after their debut single ‘Night Taxi Boy’ was picked up on by a number of European radio stations, press and online blogs. The band are releasing their second single ‘Out of Her Mind’ (for special preview click here: tomorrow – Friday the 17th June.

The band comprising of guitarist/producer Phil NoThoughts and singer Justina Salamon, hail originally from Wales and Poland respectively, and when playing live they are joined by Greek drummer Spiros Maus, making the band a symbol of the creative melting pot that exists in London.

 Guitarist Phil NoThoughts said of their success “We’re really delighted and surprised that so many people have picked up on our music like they have. We could sense that our gigs were going down well and we’ve been drawing bigger crowds with each show, but we had no idea there was an audience waiting across Europe like this.”

 No Thoughts No Gravity intends to keep releasing tracks this year with and album penned-in for release nearer the end of the year.


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