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Ruby Tuesday / Press

“Now it's hard enough making enough noise as a three piece, but these guys pull it off as a two piece and convincingly so. As soon as you're greeted by the first track on their soundcloud page you know you're about to have a great trip. The opening of "Fools in Belief" is brilliant the drums and guitar are unleashed in perfect harmony it's such a cool sound... everything I love about music is going on here awesome drums, catchy melodies and sweet guitar riffs its magic :) The groove going on here is brilliant. Then as you're sat thinking about what your ears have just experienced you're straight into an equally massive sound as "Fall" kicks off and it's just as magic the guitar work is brilliant I'd like to have a peek at the pedal board there's no doubt that there is an abundance of talent here that needs to be heard and its up to us to get everyone talking about these guys! If you love music then get on this and shout about it...”

“The now rapidly expanding crowd were encouraged by charismatic drummer Joel Kay to move closer and get involved. This was the first time I’d head the pair live and was suitably impressed with the sheer wall of noise created by two people. The dynamic is a little unusual at first with the drummer being the focal point whilst guitarist Jimmy McCarthy struts his stuff across the stage but you soon find yourself caught up the raw energy of the whole thing. The band are currently working on their follow up album and tonight’s set doesn’t contain any songs from the first album, which is a fairly brave thing to do and shows the confidence they have in these new tracks. The eight tracks fly by, each short and to the point, merging into the next without a pause, dirty blues riffs and energetic drumming backed up by great raw rock vocals. Take It From Me is a real stomper of a track with great blasts of Led Zeppelin style guitar which builds to a frantic pace. a bit different from the usua”


“REVIEW BY Charlotte Holroyd 20/07/2013 ‘Ruby Tuesday A band that are on fire, they really know how to catch a crowd’s attention and they certainly didn’t disappoint tonight. They came out all guns blazing and sailed through their set with ease, their live sets are what they thrive for, a truly great live duo, couldn’t rate them any higher. They dedicated a song to a man in green that was standing across on the opposite side of the canal from the festival, just to spread the love, he was captivated by what he was hearing from Ruby Tuesday as we all were.’”

REVIEW BY Charlotte Holroyd