Paige (band)

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Young Classics
Origin Hertfordshire, England
Genres Pop punk, Pop Rock
Years active 2006–present
Labels Small Town (UK), Kick Rock (JP)
Website http://www.myspace.com/paigeuk
Members Lewis White
Aaron Hunt
Arthur Walwin
Alex Tillbrook
Past members Paul Hinwood
Nathan White

Paige are a Pop punk/rock band formed in 2006 in Hertfordshire, England, by then guitarist and vocalist Lewis White and drummer Alex Tillbrook. They have performed across Europe and Japan under UK label Small Town Records and Japan based label Kick Rock Music. Their latest EP was released on January 24, 2011 entitled, 'Young Summer', the video for the title track was filmed across 2 days in Sweden[1] has been featured on the television station Kerrang.[2] They have supported a number of bands including Kids In Glass Houses, You Me At Six and Bring Me The Horizon[3] and are currently working on their first full length album.

History[edit]

Paige was formed in 2006 by Lewis White on guitar and vocals and Alex Tillbrook on drums, the band release their debut E.P. "If you say so" in 2008 by which time the band had also features Aaron Hunt on guitar, Nathan White on Bass guitar and Paul Hinwood on Keyboards. Between the release of the debut and its follow up, Nathan White departed the band. The band released their second E.P. "Young Summer" in 2011 to a mixed response from fans and critics who saw it as a lesser achievement than its predecessor. Arthur Walwin who fulfilled the remainder of the band's tour in support of "Young Summer" before the band began writing their first full-length album. The band have gradually begun playing songs from their upcoming album on their more recent tours.

Departure of Paul Hinwood and upcoming album[edit]

Recording and mixing of Paige's debut album has been funded by pledgemusic.[4]
On August 1, 2012, it was announced that Paul Hinwood had left Paige, the band also confirmed that they would not be replacing Paul and would be continuing as a four-piece. In the same post, it was announced that the new album was nearing completion.[5]

Rename[edit]

The Band is now called 'Young Classics' https://www.facebook.com/youngclassicsofficial

Discography[edit]

EP's[edit]

Album's[edit]

  • (TBA), 2013

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

Former Members[edit]

  • Paul Hinwood - Keyboards
  • Nathan White - Bass
  • Michael Jennings - Keyboard/Vocals
  • Adam Taylor - Bass
  • Terry Clarke - Guitar/Piano

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