Spiral Scouts / Press

“'' Spiral Scouts gave a performance of impeccable quality, sounding both rock and roll and with vibes of traditional folk roots music all at the same time.''”

“A gig to celebrate the end of the festival season with 3 of the hottest festival bands from this year, AKAHUM, FLUTATIOUS and SPIRAL SCOUTS...Wonderful acoustic sounds and great vocals. SPIRAL SCOUTS have been gaining lots of interest from their recent festival appearances and will bring a wonderful chill out vibe to get everyone in that festival mood”

Bill Forwell 'Flutatious' - http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=120563174694362&ref=ts

“Spiral Scouts, this 6 piece band are an eclectic mix of potently talented musicians from around the Fylde Coast, their folk funk sound will take you on an emotional journey through toe-tapping rhythms, thought provoking songs & engaging characters that we can all relate to. Spiral Scouts have a globally infused sound with an edge that moves the listener through quirky tempos to sultry reflect moments, creating suspense & surprising twists & turns along the way…. ”

“)..................................review from Alchemyfest Lincolnshire........... spiral scouts--i want their cd asap, their music is super-slick and sexy. i've since trawled the internet trying to find their works and hit a brick wall, then to my utter delight they signed up on here..result. (kirstie, www.soundawesome.com).. .. .. .. .. .. ..”

“A Few reviews.....Spiral Scouts This is the first time I have seen Spiral Scouts and to be honest they were a big surprise with their sounds and harmonies. There were so many dimensions to this act with a real feel good folk infested sound and haunting vocals both male and female. On this performance they also would not be out of place at a large festival. With a multi-talented line up on stage including guest musicians, violins, bongo drums, their influences came from many cultures. (www.blackpoolbands.co.uk).............................................. Spiral Scouts Following their main gig on the pier Spiral Scouts really laid on their amazing and varied sounds and harmonies within the enclosed walls of The Club Above. With a slight change to their line up, the perpetrators of some infantile racist innuendo were soon educated, dancing, and assimilated by the gypsy rhythms and diverse global guitar strings. (www.blackpoolbands.co.uk”