Curvature of Words
Curvature of Words - overview. This debut is an epic adventure in the realm of mystery pop. Duel front girls sing harmony coated uplifting songs, with a dreamy seaside feel. Subjects from traveling spiders to glittering caves. \'An intelligent band playing childlike tunes\' The Band Megan Clifton - Vocals Toy piano Glockenspiel Guitar Emily Bryant - Vocals Glockenspiel Guitar Nelson Day - Vocals Guitar Jamie Keogh (Gruff) - Drums Djembe Perc. Scotty Jones - Bass Biography The Beautiful Word are a quintet set for the top in the world of mystery pop. And why not claim the throne of a genre they invented? Born in Jan 2007 as Emily traveled from Kirriemuir up in Angus Scotland to study songwriting and make music in the city of Brighton. Front girls Emily and Megan began singing harmonies for each other's tunes in little cafe\'s in Brighton - and the tinkly pretty tiny songs hushed even the rowdiest of open mic\'s. They have since grown into a big whack of beautiful sound with added punch from the noise boys - Nelson (guitar and vocals) Scotty (bass) and Gruff (drums.) Best known for their live shows, the gigs include coloring in competitions, sweet/cake throwing, and ma-hoo-sive costumes. You couldn\'t find a happier bunch on stage. The songs (All written by Emily Megan and Nelson) are unique and memorable with fun themes such as bungee jumping pensioners,imaginary friends, insects and men made of coconuts. The last year has been spent gigging and recording this album in our house for your listening enjoyment. Things About Us We would like to go to Iceland and play some gigs. I say we are the gabber ABBA. We are resident band at the Farm Tavern on Farm Road, Hove/Brighton. We play fantasy pop. We put the rock in frock. We distribute chewy sweets and write songs about coconuts and insects. Final thought The Beautiful Word- Brighton\'s finest mystery-pop quintet- will spin you a sparkly web of wonder and melodic delight. A fantastical blend of the childish and sophisticated. Think Swizzels-Matlow making teapots for grown-ups. Expect songs about love, heartbreak and animals.