• PUBLISHED May 08, 2018

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    May 08 2018
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    1 st Exeter
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  • PUBLISHED May 08, 2018

  • PUBLISHED

    May 08 2018
  • THIS VIDEO

    1325 Views
    102 Votes
  • OVERALL RANK

    8619 th Views
    1475 th Votes
  • PEAK CHART RANK

    39 th Overall
    09/23/18
    1 st Exeter
    09/30/18

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SOUND OF THE SIRENS performs the song "EVERYTIME" for BalconyTV.

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PRESENTED BY MATT CALDER

Exeter-based duo Abbe Martin and Hannah Wood dovetail beautifully on their debut album, For All Our Sins, a beguiling acoustic pop collection replete with lyrical sensibility on tracks like the first single, Smokescreen (“Living beyond the darkness others create for us, and growing into something positive”)

Already championed by Chris Evans – who declared himself “blown away” when he heard Sound of the Sirens for the first time, and subsequently invited them to perform alongside U2 and Take That on TFI Friday last year – they’re certain to broaden a burgeoning fan base on the back of For All Our Sins.
We work well together,” says Abbe, a graduate of Dartington College of Arts, who’s now a vocal coach and drama practitioner for Vocal Arts.“ We have fun and a shared vision of what we want our music to do and how we want it to influence people. Music moves people and can help people overcome adversity. As performers we have a responsibility to write music that will impact and not offend. If people are listening to your voice, use it wisely.”

We definitely put our emotion into our music and publicly vent. We often put a positive spin on the sadness that life can bring, finding strength in doing so and hopefully helping others to deal with the same issues.”

One of those issues – mental health – is the subject of The Voices.“We’ve been moved by a mental health campaign, #itaffectsme, that’s bringing people together to be open about mental health issues. It’s also campaigning to get mental health awareness to be spoken about in primary school education to prepare the next generation. As teachers and musicians we feel this is brilliant.”

Sound of the Sirens want to both enlighten and entertain, and they want to do it with euphony.

http://www.soundofthesirens.net

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Presenter// Matt Calder

Videographer// Cate Calder

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