Cornish-trio Auction For The Promise Club release new single ‘Moonlight’

Teasing fans with the first taste of new music, indie-rock trio Auction For The Promise Club have revealed the brand new track ‘Moonlight’ taken from their forthcoming debut album Silence, due June 9th.

Opening with the hauntingly seductive voice of Zoe White Chambers, ‘Moonlight’ explodes into a frenetic rock anthem, showcasing the emotional and rugged dynamics that Auction For The Promise Club channel through their music.


Hailing from the picturesque village of St.Agnes, Cornwall, the band remained on home turf to record their upcoming debut Silence alongside fellow Southwest local Paul Reeve (Muse, Beta Band, Supergrass) at the remote and atmospheric Airfield studios. Situated on the North Cornish coast it sits in an Second World War base.

Silence features a collection of 12 diverse and powerful tracks including ‘This May Hurt’ which was dubbed by BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson as “their best yet” and ‘Cut So Close’, both of which were released as a special limited edition 7″ AA red vinyl on Record Store Day last year.

The band started life when frontwomen Zoe and Perran Tremewan (guitars/keys) began playing together after forming a friendship when meeting in Cornwall. As sparks of something special arose, the duo were joined by Zoe’s brother Toby White Chambers (drums) to complete the line-up and begin their career as Auction For The Promise Club.

In 2012 the three piece launched onto the music scene with their debut record One EP, which was recorded at the iconic Abbey Road Studios and Cube Recordings and saw the band championed at national radio by the likes of Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson as well as support from Rolling Stone, Classic Rock, MTV Hive, XFM and NME Radio.

The band have shared stages with the likes of Paolo Nutini, Martha Wainwright, Prides and Reverend and The Makers and appear at a number of festivals including Bestival, Boardmasters, The Great Escape, Y Not Festival, Radio 1’s Big Weekend Showcase and the BBC introducing stage at Looe Festival.

After spending the last 18 months gigging relentlessly across the country Auction For The Promise Club are charged and ready to unleash their music to old and new fans, and are set to be one of the most exciting discoveries of 2017.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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