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|Origin||Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England|
|Genres||Indie rock, indie pop, synthpop|
Propellers are an indie rock/synthpop band from Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England. The band members are Max Davenport (lead vocals), Archie Davenport (guitar), Charlie Simpson (bass guitar), Jimmy Goodwin (keyboards) and Will Wilkinson (drums).
Propellers released their debut EP Midnight Kiss on 28 January 2013. The same day, the title track from the record was released as a single, together with an accompanying music video. "Midnight Kiss" was first played by Jacob Rickard on BBC Introducing in Kent at the start of January. The band were chosen for daytime plays on BBC Radio 1 shows, including Sara Cox and Scott Mills. In March 2013, the band released the second single from the EP, titled "Landslide". A video for the track was also released onto YouTube.
Propellers' second EP, Black Mascara Eyes, was released on 15 July 2013. A music video for the title single was released onto YouTube on 1 July.
In 2015, Propellers released new song 'Come Alive' with huge video shot in London, starring model Eve Delf. 'Come Alive' became BBC Introducing's record of the week. Just a month later, the band released another new, heavier song called 'Deep Into The Night'.
Propellers are set to headline Camden Barfly on 15th December.
- Max Davenport – lead vocals
- Archie Davenport – guitar
- Charlie Simpson – bass guitar
- Jimmy Goodwin – keyboards
- Will Wilkinson – drums
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|"Midnight Kiss"||2013||Midnight Kiss|
|"Black Mascara Eyes"||Black Mascara Eyes|
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|"Black Mascara Eyes"||Black Mascara Eyes EP||Duncan Howsley|||
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- "PROPELLERS". Retrieved 30 June 2013.
- "Big names for music festival". panorama.gi. 9 July 2013. Retrieved 7 September 2013.
- PROPELLERS - Midnight Kiss (Official Video) YouTube
- "PROPELLERS - Landslide (Official Video)". YouTube.
- PROPELLERS - Black Mascara Eyes (Official Video) YouTube
- "Love Vis-Art - Too many thank you's to list here, but amazing work...". LOVE Vis-Art. Facebook. 2013-01-23. Retrieved 2013-08-06.