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Jumping Ships

Jumping Ships image provided by Last.fm Biography from Last.fm

Jumping Ships are an Alt Rock Quartet based in Brighton who have been together for a year and a half. In their short time together they have toured the UK three times and have played shows for The Great Escape, BBC Introducing, Club NME, Leftfield Glastonbury and Rock Against Racism; supporting bands such as Biffy Clyro, Bombay Bicycle Club, Flood of Red, General Fiasco and The Most Serene Republic.
Festival highlights of this year for the band included White Air Festival and Southsea Festival. Read more on Last.fm

Jumping Ships on Thrash Hits

Future Hits 064: Jumping Ships

October 28th, 2010

Jumping Ships band promo photo thrash hits 2010

From: Brighton, UK
Sounds Like: Jangular British rock that sounds like it ought to be signed to Big Scary Monsters.
Website: MySpace.com/JumpingShips

Thrash Hits verdict: Interesting rhythms, jangly, angular guitars and multi-layered a capella vocal parts that blend into huge choruses. It’s a well-worn sound that should see Jumping Ships on support bills all over the shop. Read their influences and watch the video below and you’ll understand completely.

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