Romance (band)

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GenresRock, Cabaret Rock
Years active2010 – present
LabelsFiction Records
Associated actsThe Cult
MembersJamie Lovatt
John Hartz-Wild
Harry King
Cillian Sheil

Romance are a four-piece live rock band from London that formed in 2010. The Band have gone on to support The Cult on their UK tour and have been signed to Universal subsidiary, Fiction Records. The band consist of Jamie Lovatt (Guitar and Vox) Jon Hartz Wild (Guitar) Harry King (Bass) and Cillian Sheil (Drums.)

The band were signed to Fiction Records and went on to record their first album with Jason Perry. Original members Samantha Valentine and Alex Glover left the band after pressures, with drummer David Woods exiting after being struck with a back condition, meaning he could no longer play.

On 22 February 2014, lead singer Jamie Lovatt appeared as an auditionee on The Voice UK, singing a cover of Everybody's Free (To Feel Good). After performing he stated that the band had been dropped by their record label but had been continuing to perform and write music. He joined Ricky's team for the next round and departed in the knock out stages to Chris Royal.

The band are set to release a single prior to extensive touring later on in the year.


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