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Fred's House / Press

“They've got a great sound, some very fine harmonies... Fred's House sounds like a nice place to be!”

Frank Hennessy - BBC Radio Wales

“It is a true glistening, positive gem of a song that could put a smile on just about anybody’s face. It is a triumphant tune....a perfect festival song and it looks like many drunken festival goers shall be singing along to it this summer. This band are unlike anything else out there at the minute, they undoubtedly have what it takes to be massive!”

“A band serious about their music and where it can take them. The track fizzles... Fred’s House could be breaking into the mainstream very soon.”

“Fred's House rock the Crowd!”

Cambridge News

“Support came from the impressive quartet Fred's House, a female fronted indie folk band from Cambridge. They had both personality and charm in abundance.”

"Fred’s House are an up tempo offering. Though they’re limited to a short set, they still win me over. Fine Life is delivered with a catchy chorus which forces you to sing along". Live review from our club tent performance at Cambridge Folk Festival

“(Fred’s House)...belt out some of the cheeriest, most postive folk-pop you’ve ever heard. They’re a talented, well-rehearsed bunch and singer Vix has a lovely bluesy note to her voice... they leave everyone in the room smiling”

“Saturday’s main stage entertainment kicked off for me with Fred’s House, an endearing foursome who had the appearance of Scooby-Doo’s mystery crew and the sound of The Magic Numbers. With an easy-on-the ear mix of adapted covers and original material they harmonised well to create a fresh folk-pop feel so popular that they were almost mobbed when invited to play again a few hours later in the acoustic tent.”

“Fred's House, quickly becoming one of the 'must see' bands of the region played a sterling set of their original material. Acoustic but with plently of punch, the charming quartet is consistanly excellent with sweet vocals complimenting top-drawer musicianship and intelligent song writing.”

“What a delight - wonderful voices, wonderful harmonies and great songs as well!”

"You we're even better then I thought you would be, your recordings are great but you we're even better then the recordings - Brilliant!"

Dave Roberts - Cambridge Rock Festival and Springfest Organiser

"Armed with a fine selection of catchy acoustic gems and beautiful soulful pop songs, all fused with top-drawer musicianship throughout.... littered throughout with note-perfect harmonies and a joyful enthusiasm from all on stage.

Paul Richards - The Hunts Post

“Great track, brilliant! That is so well produced, great sound.”

Mark Rumble - BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

“With it's hook-laiden catchiness it's the perfect showcase for their quirky songwriting, excellent musicianship and the vocal harmonies of Vikki Gavin and Griff Jameson.”

Rock n' Reel R2 Magazine

“As soon as I heard them I thought, really like this sound... We're very pleased to have them playing at our festival, the lead singer Vikki has a very distinctive voice”

Nigel Ferrier - Fringe in the Fen Festival Organiser - BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

"We played T.V. for Sleepers last week...I love this song!"

Kerry Devine - BBC Introducing (BBC Radio Cambridgeshire)

“Beautiful track, such a good vocal, beautiful vocal”

“Fred's House have a really pleasing sound, with real vocal talent. The songs conjure up over forty years of classic pop folk and it is all made to the highest possible standards. 4/5”

“The most positive pop/folk-stylee band on the planet”

“It's very well done (about 'Mother of Three')”

“Wow - TV for Sleepers is just wonderful - brilliant. ”

Tom Bliss - The Pipers Sons

“A set of amazing songs....that really made me relaxed and smile alot!”

“It’s well worth taking a look at Freds, single Fine Life is a delicately pitched take on living well with a meager budget... some nice female / male harmonies.”

“Capable of writing some pretty beautiful songs.”