Citing influences such as Thrice, Death Cab For Cutie and classical music, Wires are causing quite a stir on the Bath and Bristol music scenes. With recent radio play on the likes of the Alex Baker Show (Kerrang) and very positive reviews of their debut EP "To Conquer The Waves", they are destined for big things.
"astonishingly accomplished for a band so early in their career, Wires are going places, utilising lush melodies and some inspired songwriting to create a sweetly-lulling listening experience." (4 1/2 stars)
"To Conquer The Waves’ is masterly in the way that it teaches you to expect the unexpected. I’ve never found myself listening intently for the next change upon first listen to an EP. The more I listened, the more I noticed the fine details that make it so special"
Live Music Scene
"Smartly-turned, chiming indie melodicism and drum-crashing drama in an Elbow-recalling kind of way"
Biffy Clyro, Bon Iver, Thrice, Death Cab For Cutie, MuteMath, Sparta, Bath, Bristol, Eric Satie, Elbow, Wire, Classical, Phillipe Petit, Man On Wire, Fugazi, 65daysofstatic, Deftones, Aereogramme, Oceansize, Damien Rice, At The Drive-In, Copeland, Thursday, Ben Folds, The Mars Volta, Kiss Kiss, Circa Survive, Poison The Well, Underoath, Caspian, The Blood Brothers, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, The Dillinger Escape Plan,