Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor at Scala nightclub in London, England on 24 September 2009.
|Associated acts||The Lonely Hearts|
Slow Club are an English folk rock duo formed in Sheffield in 2006. The band consists of Charles Watson (vocals, chords) and Rebecca Taylor (vocals, guitar, drums). Slow Club are notable for their use of unusual objects as percussion instruments, such as glass bottles and chairs.
The band have supported other Sheffield acts such as Tiny Dancers, as well as labelmates Tilly and the Wall from Omaha, Nebraska, who share the band's alternative, folk-orientated sound. More recently they've supported acts such as KT Tunstall and Florence and the Machine.
The band released two 7" singles in 2007, "Slow Club" and "Me and You", both on Moshi Moshi Records. On 1 September 2008, their first extended play, Let's Fall Back in Love, was released. A Christmas single titled "Christmas TV" was released in December 2008.
Their debut album, Yeah So, was recorded by Mike Timm at Axis Studio in Sheffield and was released in July 2009.
|2008||Let's Fall Back in Love|
|2009||Christmas, Thanks for Nothing|
|2006||"Because We're Dead"|
|2007||"Me and You"|
|2008||"Christmas TV"||Christmas, Thanks for Nothing|
|"It Doesn't Have to Be Beautiful"||Yeah So|
|2010||"Giving Up On Love"|
|"Where I'm Waking"|