The Sums plus Roseville and Burnside
The Sums are a 4 piece band from Liverpool.
Fronted by legendary singer songwriter Peter ‘Digsy’ Deary, also known for his friendship with Noel Gallagher and also having a song wrote in his name by Oasis ‘Digsy’s Dinner’ from their debut album Definitely Maybe.
The band hailing from the backstreet’s of Liverpool have produced a kaleidoscope of sounds with a psychedelic twist of subtle loops and samples, whilst not losing sight nor sound of their 4 piece guitar driven roots with added heart felt vocal arrangements. The Sums have stayed close to their guitar driven routes but spiced things up with an array of cleverly pieced audio samples, subtle loops and added psychedelic over tones and pulses.
Digsy was front man for 90’s indie chart topping band Smaller who were a part of the UK Brit pop scene who smashed into the indie chart top 10 with classic singles taken from the critically acclaimed album ” Badly Badly”, ‘Wasted’ ‘Stray dogs and bin bags’ , ‘God i hate this town’ and ‘Is’ featuring Noel Gallagher on guitar.
Noel also lists Smaller’s album Badly Badly as one of his favourite albums of all time. Smaller were very much in demand and toured with The Stereophonics, Catatonia, Paul Weller and Oasis and much more.
A difficult band to pigeon hole but think Shack, The Real People and a touch of Oasis but one thing is certain The sums could only come from Liverpool.
The Sums will be promoting new album Better.