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the amber herd

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26 Nov / 2021 Danfest Leicester
17 Mar / 2022 HRH Prog XII Great Yarmouth
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Herdwerks
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder a body of work Album 2021
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Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Flicker EP 2020
Ab67616d0000b273c96f5f5f02c26b511d34161f In Cascade Single 2016
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder In Cascade EP 2016
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Our only Eden Album 2014
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder This town EP 2011
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Red gold/ Thursday Single 2010
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Foot tapper / Stage fright Single 2009
Tallbird records
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Kite Single 2015
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The Amber Herd are a five piece alternative rock band from Nottingham and Chesterfield UK.

‘Conventional’ is not a word that applies to The Amber Herd. Formed in Nottingham in 2007 and consisting of members from all over the country that independently all converged on the East Midlands, drawing on influences from thrash metal to traditional folk whilst bringing life to the kind of vivid pictures and swirling soundscapes that LSD was designed for, The Amber Herd are anything but ordinary.

Headlining shows at major venues around The UK, BBC Radio Nottingham sessions, high profile support slots with the likes of CUD, Jesus Jones, Knifeworld, Delays, That Petrol Emotion, Ultrasound and many more; Festival appearances at Y-Not, Bearded Theory, Headstock, Glastonwick (by personal invitation of Attila the Stockbroker) and High Voltage Festival (having won a national competition to headline the acoustic stage) have led to the band being described in a variety of media as “Nottingham’s best kept secret?”, “an intriguing band with an eye for drama and melody” and “Mind blowing!”.

Whilst always a formidable live proposition, the band have not eschewed the studio having released two double A side singles (the second of which, ‘Thursday’, was voted Notts Live radio’s number one song of 2010 in their annual top 50 run down), a five track EP (closing song ‘Magnolia’ memorably featuring on Channel 4’s Hollyoaks in the UK) and now the band's debut album ‘Our Only Eden’ – a 55 minute concept album in the non-dirty sense of the word that promises to take the listener to another dimension.

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“It is difficult to believe this is the band’s first full length release as it feels very accomplished and like a third or fourth album by a veteran group. I would need to hear it a few more times, but that is something I am willing to do for the pure musical and lyrical enjoyment. I expect we will all be hearing a lot more from these guys and I look forward to it”
RedDom – Nottingham live magazine

“There isn’t a single second in this album that could be taken out. Our Only Eden is a chilled out album perfect for the long summer nights. The Amber Herd are definitely ones to watch; don’t be put off by their alternative approach, just sit back and relax because they’ve got it all under control”
Sian Hodkin – Derbyshire Times

With a powerful sound, and evoking lyrics The Amber Herd deliver a masterpiece with “Our Only Eden”.
Spaced Out Magazine

“'Nottingham city-based post-punk outfit The Amber Herd - and when we say "post punk", we mean like the master class of 1984 perfected so vehemently back in the day'”
Dom Gourlay - Drowned in Sound

“The Amber Herd are a psych-scented indie outfit.
Great use of guitars and Theremin, truly arresting vocals, and a moody feel … they know how to use dynamics,This lot should be massive, if there is any justice (damn it)."

RECORD COLLECTOR MAGAZINE JULY 2015