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I've been lucky enough to see this group on the odd occasion and heard most of the tracks live. I find it's vary rare to hear a track from any group and have an instant liking for it, but The Carnabys seem to manage it time and time again.
In my opinion The Carnabys are faultless with the music that they produce so far and I'll look forward to seeing them become legendary.


S**t Hot!

Saw these guys perform live yesterday and loved their rhythm! So glad to see some talented young faces with a fresh take on the good old days of British rock music.. They did a tribute to David Bowie which was amazingly done and you have to admire the work they're doing for musicians and venues across the country too. Great voices, awesome playing and original sound too- fantastic!


Defiantly a band to look out for in the future, their current stuff seems flawless


Formed: 2011 in Twickenham, London, England

Genre: Indie Rock

Years Active: '10s

The Carnabys are a pop/rock outfit hailing from the streets of Twickenham, South West London. Made up of vocalist Jack Mercer, drummer James Morgan, bass guitarist Mike Delizo, and guitarists Frankie Connolly and Ben Gittins, the quintet met while at high school and formed a bond over a shared passion for the likes of rock, pop, blues, funk, and many classics from across the decades. Eventually the five friends began jamming and performing on the local gig circuit, dubbing themselves the Carnabys....
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