Yorkshire based indie pop rock band Four Authors. Launching in 2015, Four Authors have internationally released their self titled 10 track album on all major platforms including iTunes, Spotify, and Physical release. Four Authors singles, including Follow You, When I Was Younger, and their most recent single, The City, have all received regular plays on BBC Introducing Sheffield. Taking to the stage playing their own brand of catchy pop rock, Four Authors aim to have every fan leaving their shows humming their new favourite song. BBC Introducing DJ Christian Carlisle, “Pop/Rock at it’s finest now courtesy of the brilliant FourAuthors”.
Four Authors began their story in October 2014, rising from the remains of former band Hitomi. Brothers Joshua and Jacob Ingamells joined bandmates Andrew Hodgkinson and Liam Linley and, through their own recording studio Big Sky Records, created the unique sound you hear today.
The Barnsley-based band take the DIY approach to the extreme; writing, recording and producing all music themselves, as well as directing their own music videos to a quality worthy of big budget productions. They’re working hard to get their story heard. Soaring vocals and their own blend of catchy pop tunes make Four Authors a welcome addition to the UK’s indie music scene, with their strong live shows making them worthy of your attention.
Four Authors have clocked up thousands of miles touring the UK supporting globally renowned artists such as The Hoosiers and Heaven 17, as well as sold out home-town shows and festival slots.
Four Authors next single, Fire Fire, is the first new material since their self-released, self-titled début album of 17th June 2016, which featured popular singles ‘Follow You’ and ‘The City’. The single marks a fresh chapter for Four Authors, writing about the trials they’ve faced as a fledgling band and overcoming them by taking matters into their own hands and doing everything for themselves.
“Pop/Rock at it’s finest now courtesy of the brilliant Four Au thors”
Christian Carlisle – BBC Introducing
“I don’t often say this as regular readers will know but this record is nigh on flawless.”
The Musical Outcast
“Their overwhelming presence occupied the venue with such a grandeur it is near impossible not to imagine how this would triumph in a larger venue”