“Sounds phenomenal, set to explode. It’s only a matter of time until Alavano receive universal acclaim." The words of the voice of new music in Scotland, Scottish Sun music columnist and In:Demand Uncut DJ Jim Gellatly.
To date the band have been played on over 100 radio stations around the world, including national airplay on Scotlands Clyde One. They also landed a stunning review in The Sun newspaper.
Formed in 2012, Glasgow’s pop, synth-rock outfit Alavano will soon be presenting their debut album, "Find a Way." Recorded in Glasgow and mastered by Pete Maher (U2, The Killers, Jack White, The Rolling Stones, Beady Eye, Katy Perry)
Swept with a huge spectrum of sounds, the record exhibits a masterful correlation from commercial pop, synth rock and acoustic roots.
Each song is a carefully crafted work of art with hooks-galore, sweeping melodies and huge choruses, all well under the radio-friendly four minute mark.
With a meticulous vocal cast in such explosive and impetuous production, it is easy to see why the band have weekend headlined some of Scotland’s greatest venues, including King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, the main stage of The Barrowlands Ballroom and The Classic Grand.
The band have also played to a crowd of more than 7000 at the Glasgow Warrior’s stadium in Scotstoun, Glasgow.
The architect of Alavano’s songwriting anatomy is their charismatic frontman, 24 year old Ocean Adams. With him are Gen "The General" Ferguson, 23 (keyboards), Stephen Brown, 24 (guitar), Tom Glasgow, 21 (bass) and Craig Harkness, 20 (drums).
With all these ingredients Alavano are set to detonate to mainstream success.