'The Wax Collection' - The 360 Club Leeds
In my opinion the only thing better than finding a new undiscovered artist is finding one who gives you the feeling that you might be on to a winner: Enter THE WAX COLLECTION
The four piece from Leeds consists of Matt Allison, Benjamin Lewis, Lewis MacLeod and Rory Swierc. With their melodic vocals and sharp riffs it was clear to me that this band is clearly one to watch and makes me wonder just how they are so low key.
I had heard of the Wax Collection before and liked everything about them from the start. This was the first time I have managed to see the guys live and wasn’t disappointed one bit. Everything was musically tight, especially the impeccable vocal harmonies between Matt and Ben, something which I feel is vital for any band to make its mark on the musical world. Noticeable favourites from the night were 'Piranha' and ‘Call Out’ which even those who hadn’t heard of the band before were able to sing out and tap their feet too.
To put it simply The Wax collection simply blew me away and I am confident in making the statement that give them a few more years and they will be near enough a household name. They have already had a number one in the 'Tourdates Unsigned Chart' and have remained in the chart for 11 weeks, on top of having airtime on BBC Introducing Manchester which for a band who is trying their hardest to get out there and noticed, really is something to be proud of.
You honestly have to listen to the band to get the full Wax Collection effect, so instead of me carrying on with my opinion I urge you to make your own, so as usual I have included all the necessary links at the bottom of this post.
This band is far too good to let them just pass by un-noticed
Please get following them guys and galls as they deserve it!
Website - http://www.thewaxcollection.com/
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/TheWaxCollection
Twitter - https://twitter.com/waxcollection
Soundcloud - http://soundcloud.com/thewaxcollection-1
Leeds Music Scene - http://www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16501/