Warehouse Republic play a strong blend of Country Rock tinged with Blues, Soul and Gospel and have even found time for hip hop collaborations. Such a wide range of influences allow for a unique approach to the way they compose, play and record.
The group take great pride in their love for live concerts with electric performances at The O2 Arena, The Sun newspaper’s club night - This Feeling (twice), a headline performance at industry showcase ‘City Showcase: Spotlight London’ and a sell-out show at The 100 Club. WR have also performed live for BBC Introducing, their tracks have been spun on The Frank Skinner show, BBC Radio, Absolute Radio, Q Radio, Total Rock, ARD Radio (German National Radio) and US National Radio amongst many others. WR will also be performing at major festivals this summer including Secret Garden Party.
Press accolades include both print and online features, reviews and interviews in The Sun, Q, Mojo, Classic Rock (Track of the day - Twice), The London Evening Standard, NME, Music Week and dozens of others winning the band universal rave reviews across a broad spectrum.
Debut release ‘Revolver’ earned various ‘single of the week’ accolades and is becoming a YouTube hit – due in part to the video featuring Hollywood actress, Rachel Hurd-Wood who starred in An American Haunting, Peter Pan & Dorian Gray.
In early 2012 the group embarked on a spell of studio and live collaborations with hip hop artist Daniel ‘Gizla’ Gordon. This culminated in a series of celebrated live performances alongside Lethal Bizzle, Ed Sheeran collaborator Mikill Pane and Clement Marfo & The Frontline and arrived at a natural end with the recording of YDEK (You Don’t Ever Know), due to be released in August 2012 as the group refocus their attention on their Country Rock and Blues Soul roots.