S.P.Q.R
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GB Liverpool – Alternative / Post-Punk / Punk / Rock / Alternative Rock
S.P.Q.R
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Members 4
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Elevant Music Limited
Ab67616d0000b27399d7232bbd00acedce920b48 Suffer Single 2017
Ab67616d0000b273a76d99ab2adda8fe6ec94970 Plink Single 2016
Ab67616d0000b27394ca43317b0976e85826df91 Talking To The Dead Single 2016
Modern Sky UK
Ab67616d0000b273705e8a85a2a0d5f4b743a14d Low Sun Long Shadows Single 2019
Ab67616d0000b273120134a4e42828957edb6d87 Blood Pump Single 2018
Michael Edward
Ab67616d0000b27331f66076f8628abc85a4e22b The House That Doubt Built Single 2017
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Modern Sky UK
Sam Meaghan
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SPQR are known for making a visceral, new brand of art-rock.



Already, the band have appeared at Off The Record, Liverpool Sound City, Dot To Dot, and Bluedot Festival. Alongside their festival appearances the band also supported Mini Mansions, Demob Happy, and toured the UK extensively.

SPQR have released two EPs. 2017’s self-produced, The House That Doubt Built, was also mixed by Tom Longworth (Catholic Action, Calva Louise). The collection of songs saw the band receive praise for how unique yet developed the band’s sound was. Praise came namely from The Quietus, Dork and Line Of Best Fit.

2019’s follow up, Low Sun Long Shadows, was produced and mixed by Margo Broom (Fat White Family, Goat Girl) in London’s Hermitage Works Studios. The EP was praised for the progression in the band’s sound, and the experimentation in new sounds and visuals to accompany the releases.

Off the back of the second EP, the band featured in Spotify playlists such as All New Indie, The Punk List, and Hot New Bands amongst a host of others. They also received radio play on Kerrang Radio, and BBC Radio One’s Rock Show.

The trio of weird-rock misfits often deliver tight, staccato grooves with rhythm section Bex Denton and Jack Sanders providing the perfect foundation. Peter Harrison’s freaky guitar colourations and crystal-clear voice are often free flowing and sit atop the foundation provided by Denton and Sanders.