Streamline EP is an avalanche of sound
A RETRO band has released its first EP, containing three original tracks.
Streamline, which formed in March last year, perform catchy guitar riffs on their newly-released tracks, entitled Come On, Butterflies and Avalanche.
Callum Proctor, 20, is on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Tom Michael, 18, on lead guitar, Dean Parkinson, 18, on bass guitar and Sam Gibbins, 18, on drums.
The group – whose influences include Jimi Hendrix, The Black Keys and Led Zeppelin – have already played gigs in Manchester, Hull and Lincoln, and came second in a regional Battle of the Bands contest.
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Tom, who is at Grimsby College studying music, said: "Our debut EP was recorded on a Mac laptop and is completely self-produced with all of the band members helping to write songs.
"We got microphones and amps together and recorded it in the back of an ice cream parlour on the seafront in Cleethorpes.
"We create songs by starting off with a riff and then adding in the guitar and drums, and play it over and over again.
"It can take an hour or several weeks to create a song – it just depends if we can get the song tight and together.
"My dad, Tim, got me into music when I was younger and we listened to Led Zeppelin together.
"When I was about eight, I saw School Of Rock at the cinema and thought 'I want to do that'.
"So I got my guitar at that age and now all I want to do is play music."
The EP is available from Twelve Bar Music, in Cleethorpes High Street, and Jades Ice Cream Parlour, on Lower Kingsway, and costs £2.50.