Science vs Romance

Science vs Romance



Hometown: Stourbridge (UK)


Citing amongst their influences Johnny Marr, The Cure, Jimmy Eat World, Weezer, Death Cab for Cutie and of course, Stourbridge's finest, The Wonder Stuff and Ned's Atomic Dustbin, Science vs. Romance simply aim to be the band that they would most want to listen to if they weren't already in it.

The young band are passionate about what they do and inspire dedication in their ever expanding fanbase. They have a mature understanding of the business they are in and are not afraid of the hard work ahead. Taking lessons learnt from their previous musical endeavours, the band spent almost a year in the rehearsal room before ever setting foot on stage.

This dedication to their craft paid dividends, with praise not only being received from the local press but also coming in the form of a request from prominent U.S. band Circa Survive, to join them on their U.K. tour, a request which was gladly accepted. Soon the band had caught the attention of Kerrang! Radio's Emma Scott, who after hand–picking them to play her first 'Emma Scott presents...' showcase, gave the boys extensive air play on her shows.

Within just over a year of first stepping out on stage, they released their debut EP "From the Back Seat" in March 2008 through Norwich–based 'In An Emergency Dial' Records and played shows up and down the UK. Coming up to the present day, Science vs. Romance have completed new recordings with producer Greg Haver, (known for his work with Manic Street Preachers, Catatonia and Lost Prophets) and are keen to expand upon all that they have presently managed to achieve.

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