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Boy Cried Wolf / About This Artist

Artist Details and Stats:

Hometown: London, UK

Management: Martin Hall & James Chant

Website: www.myspace.com

Genre: Country

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Country charts for London, UK
  • 1,084
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Biography:

For Boy Cried Wolf, the story is just beginning…...

Press:

“Conversation soon turns to Wayne’s new EP, The Firebrand, scheduled for release on the 1st of November. Largely written on tour with the Manics, Wayne's illustrious band-mates had a significant impact on the creation of the EP as he revealed, “Nicky [Wire] and James [Dean Bradfield] were so encouraging. Nicky offered to write the words for No Comfort From Your Skin. That really galvanized me and gave me the kick up the arse I needed really to get my stuff together.” With these pretty impressive endorsements under his belt, The Firebrand was largely recorded in a friends front room then finished then finished off at the Manics’ studio in Cardiff, a process that really suited Wayne’s stripped back, honest style of music. “It was great to see the mish-mash of the old recordings and the plush new ones, hopefully this gave us something that was special to us.” ...Follow the link for full interview”
Buster Stoneham - The Student, Scotland

“Fresh from announcing plans for a new album and tour, Manic Street Preachers' James Dean Bradfield and Nicky Wire have contributed to a new song on the forthcoming EP from their live guitarist. As well as his work with the Welsh outfit, Wayne Murray also fronts a project named Boy Cried Wolf. The Manics pair feature on his song 'No Comfort From My Skin', taken from 'The Firebrand EP', set for release in August. Bradfield plays guitar on the song while Wire has written the lyrics. Hear it at Boy Cried Wolf's MySpace page, Myspace.com/boycriedwolf. Boy Cried Wolf play the Water Rats venue on London on Tuesday (June 8). As previously reported, Manic Street Preachers recently announced details of their new album, and a UK tour set for later in 2010. To check the availability of Boy Cried Wolf tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.”
NME