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With baritone vocals, soaring strings and a unique outlook on a familiar tale, Warsaw Radio return with single ‘After Eve’

Warsaw Radio (W.R) return with the launch of their new single ‘After Eve’, exploring one of the first ever love stories – Adam and Eve. Produced by Jag Jago (The Maccabees and Florence Welch) and mastered by John Davis (U2 and White Lies) at Metropolis in London, ‘After Eve’ draws listeners in from the start with rich orchestration and McNamara’s warm vocals. The narrative follows a unique perspective, imagining if Adam and Eve separated after they are forced out of the Garden of Eden, sung from the perspective of Adam. The entirely original outlook on the tale, alongside combined baritone vocals layered above soaring strings, forms an addictive single.

Watch the music video for ‘After Eve’ here:


Irish frontman Brían McNamara created Warsaw Radio in Brighton in 2013 after reading about the siege of Warsaw in 1939. The Warsaw Radio Orchestra kept performing live on the radio station throughout the siege until their radio transmitter was destroyed by an artillery shell. According to McNamara “The story really inspired me. Working as an original artist in what can be a tough industry can be hard and having an inspiration like these guys in 1939 helps to keep you going”.

As a group W.R take influence from the likes of Wilco, Fleetwod Mac, The Waterboys and The Frames. They are all set for UK and Ireland dates from February, kicking off with a home town head-line show at Komedia Brighton on February 8th.







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