London has arguably the best music scene around, with thousands of talented musicians emerging every day, most of which are unsigned acts waiting for their big break.
Unsigned Friday brings you the very best unsigned music artists from around the capital, as well as giving these acts a platform to promote their music.
This week, getwestlondon 's Emily Chudy caught up with rock band Zurich.
Zurich are an English rock band who play post-punk rock with a nod to the darker side of '80s electronic pop. The band compromises of Adrian Banks (bass & vocals), Chris Gillett (guitar & vocals) and Leigh Taylor (drums & samples).
Excitingly, the band will be releasing their debut single, Alone (video below), to download for free on Monday (June 8).
Chris Gillett, guitarist and singer, said: "...Just finished recording a debut EP [Small Wars] with award-winning producer Gary Stevenson, which will be released in September."
The band have existed for around a year, and are playing gigs and at festivals all over Oxfordshire over the coming months, with plans to perform in London too.
Chris said: "We each have our own influences, and bring our own identities to the table to create our sound. I know Leigh was hugely inspired by John Bonham, and more recently listens to artists such as CHVRCHES, Ghostpoet and Man Without Country.
"Adrian was really taken by the mid-00s indie/rock scene such as Franz Ferdinand and The Bravery, as well as anthemic bands like Coldplay and Travis.
"But for me, my biggest influences growing up were John Frusciante and Bonobo. Both musicians really gave me that confidence and belief from a young age that I could write music that meant something to someone.
"Since then I have tried to hone my song-crafting abilities both as a collaborator and on my own, and now have hundreds of inspirations to draw on (and that’s just musically!). But even since I started writing songs at the age of 15, my objective has always been to create something that has an emotional connection to someone else."
Zurich are current BBC Introducing favourites, having been called "epic" by the programme.
On the future of the band, Chris said: "In the short-term, we are playing at Cornbury and Riverside festival, which are both fantastic platforms for us to share our music. Then, in late-September, we will be releasing our debut EP Small Wars.
"To support the release, we are currently arranging a tour in October, which we are really looking forward to, as we're hoping to play quite a few towns and cities we've never been to before.
"So the overall plan is effectively to try and get our music heard by as many people as possible with these songs, as we want to carry on making music together for as long as possible."
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