Still stuck in their teens The Attic posses what some bands only dream of. With their raw, emotional, energetically charged rock they can get any crowd moving or tapping a foot. The four piece from Wednesbury in the Blackcountry was born in late 2002 but only discovered their own style in 2004, now set in their ways The Attic offer a unique instrumental chemistry with an original lyrical attitude.
The Attic consist of Gaz Slater (Drums), Pete Fitzgerald (Bass), Davo (Guitar) and Dan Williams (Vocal). All full of energy on and off stage these guys live for live gigs.The Wednesbury four piece have a rhythm section that only The Who can better mixed in with The Libertines energy and the romanticism of The Smiths. Practicing Out of Gazís attic (hence the name) they have often had people standing outside on cold November nights listening to their sessions no matter how inaudible the sound outside is, these fans are still persistent and infinitely loyal.
On stage they boast such songs as Lust or Money, Library Museum and Hope and Liberty with all onlookers eyes on Dan Williams as he struts across stage like a true front man while the rest of the band break musical boundaries using all their skills and creativity. Together this recipes an explosion of rhythmical and melodic precision from flowing guitar riffs to rough, raw, rock melodies.