New Adventures (British band)

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New Adventures
Origin London, England
Genres Indie rock, alternative rock
Years active 2006–present
Labels Faded Grandeur
Associated acts Fans of Kate
Members Jez Dixon
Steve Hurdle
Helen Fisher
Raphael Knapp
Nick Eburah

New Adventures are an indie rock band originating from London. Their sound is compared often to the likes of Arcade Fire, Radiohead and Keane. The band consists of Jez Dixon (lead vocals), Steve Hurdle (guitar, backing vocals), Raph Knapp (bass guitar, backing vocals), Helen Fisher (keyboards, backing vocals) and Nick Eburah (drums and percussion).

Most of the band's members were previously in the band Fans of Kate. The band's debut single "How I Got My Devil Back (part one)" was described by Drowned in Sound as "soaring indie-rock schlock at its most overblown and ‘epic’",[1] while The Skinny commented on the similarity to Snow Patrol, calling the single "an outrageously blatant bit of bandwagon jumping".[2] The follow-up, "In Our Hands", was received more positively, with one reviewer describing it as "a big, urgent rock song that feels custom-made to win over the masses on national radio",[3] and another as "a euphoric anthem in waiting".[4]



  • "Accidents"


  • "How I Got My Devil Back (part one)" (2008), Faded Grandeur
  • "In Our Hands"


  1. ^ Diver, Mike (2008) "Singles round-up (31/03/08)", Drowned in Sound, 31 March 2008, retrieved 28 November 2009
  2. ^ Ballantine, Pete (2008) "New Adventures - How I Got the Devil Back (Part One)", The Skinny, 1 April 2008, retrieved 28 November 2009
  3. ^ Thornsby, Jessica (2008) "New Adventures: In Our Hands", Leeds Music Scene, 1 August 2008, retrieved 28 November 2009
  4. ^ "New Adventures - In Our Hands", The Beat Surrender, 27 July 2008, retrieved 28 November 2009

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