40 min

Stereo Embers The Podcast: Kiaran Crook (The Sherlocks) Stereo Embers: The Podcast

    • Arts

"Everybody Had Heard Them Songs"

When The Sherlocks went into the studio to record their first album Live For The Moment, their arsenal of songs had already been battle-tested on the road. In fact, before the band even put a record out, many of those songs were already fan favorites. The challenge when recording their second album Under Your Sky, was putting together a collection that people weren't familiar with. Up for the test, the South Yorkshire outfit have released one of the best albums of 2019. A melodic blast of alternative pop played with muscle and heart, The Sherlocks' music is anthemic and rousing. In this chat, singer Kiaran Crook talks to Alex about working with The Coral's James Skelly, his parents' record collection and how he keeps challenging himself creatively. He also talks about the irony of being an introvert who fronts a band, touring America and why The Sherlocks will always sound like...The Sherlocks.

"Everybody Had Heard Them Songs"

When The Sherlocks went into the studio to record their first album Live For The Moment, their arsenal of songs had already been battle-tested on the road. In fact, before the band even put a record out, many of those songs were already fan favorites. The challenge when recording their second album Under Your Sky, was putting together a collection that people weren't familiar with. Up for the test, the South Yorkshire outfit have released one of the best albums of 2019. A melodic blast of alternative pop played with muscle and heart, The Sherlocks' music is anthemic and rousing. In this chat, singer Kiaran Crook talks to Alex about working with The Coral's James Skelly, his parents' record collection and how he keeps challenging himself creatively. He also talks about the irony of being an introvert who fronts a band, touring America and why The Sherlocks will always sound like...The Sherlocks.

40 min

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