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Interview with The Sherlocks
The Sherlocks have gone through a rebirth - and their new music proves that they're more exciting than ever.
Rhiannon Nevada
Published 18 October 2021
The Sherlocks

What a journey The Sherlocks have been on.

When we first interviewed the band in 2018, they were almost an entirely different band. In 2020, after the release of their sophomore album “Under The Sky” (which debuted at #20 on the UK Album Charts), brothers Josh and Andy left the band – leaving (the other) brothers Kiaran and Brandon to pick up the pieces.

You know that saying: a sum greater than its parts? This is a case of that.

Fronted by Kiaran, with his brother Brandon on the drums and new members Alex (guitar) and Trent (bass) in tow, The Sherlocks are releasing some of their most exciting music ever.

Holding back absolutely nothing – the four piece have prepared their new album, “World I Understand”, due for release later this year, and will be embarking on a UK Tour in 2022, culminating in a show at London’s O2 Academy Islington in March.

The new music is big and bold, clearly made for live performance… you can imagine the audience chanting back the lyrics in packed out venues. Through their own rebirth, the band have managed to make music that sounds as fresh as their debut album “Live For The Moment” – a feat most bands could never achieve.

Rhiannon Nevada sat down with Kiaran from The Sherlocks to talk about the new album, headline tour and much more.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

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