So Shush

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So Shush
Origin Manchester, England
Genres Indie rock, Indie pop
Years active 2000–present
Website http://www.myspace.com/soshush
Members Carole Smart
Ian Drumm

Although relatively unknown in their own country So Shush are an English alternative rock band who have generated a following in the US having featured coast to coast on numerous FM radio and internet radio playlists. They’re often noted for a distinctive melodic style that draws on sixties pop and progressive rock influences.

In 2011 So Shush featured at number 7 in Neil Young’s Living With War Today video chart [1] with their song ‘We are the ones who say no’. The lyrics were composed from the names of famous protest songs.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • So Shush (2008)
  • Wistful Wanders (2009)
  • Manchester Times (2010)
  • A Mirror Gaze (2012)

Singles[edit]

  • Someone (2008)
  • Do Make Me Feel (2008)
  • Every Day (2009)
  • Sixties Planet (2009)
  • Girls (2011)
  • As We Bask in the Heat of the Sun (2011)

Compilations[edit]

  • Skratch Magazine, USA Sampler vol 49 (To be released 2009) features the So Shush song 'People need something'. [2]

References[edit]

So Shush album review by Tasty Fanzine, UK [3]

So Shush song review by Milk Milk Lemonade, USA [4]

So Shush interview with Junior's Cave Magazine/Radio, USA [5]

So Shush on NeilYoung.com - Living with war today [6]

So Shush album review by Groundwaves FM, USA [7]

So Shush in feature Spin Magazine, USA [8]

So Shush review by ExMogul, USA [9]

So Shush interview for Pulp Magazine, Canada [10]

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