Members of local band Secrets for September were interviewed recently by Paul Gallagher for his regular show Your Mother Might like It.
The interview will be first broadcast on 9 May 2012, 12 midday to 2pm.
Secrets for September is a new progressive-influenced rock band from the South West of England who are making waves in the UK music scene.
The band’s début single hit no 2 in the Amazon rock chart and gained airplay on BBC Radio, as well as a nomination for a south west music award. Secrets first recording was a 2 track single called ‘To Behold’ recorded by North and Parker and has since been re-recorded.
The band was formed in 2010 by Matthew North, formally of the band All Living Fear, who, with the encouragement of his long term friend Arthur Brown, turned Secrets into a full band.
North and Brown played an impromptu set Exeter Picturehouse, where Secrets can sometimes be seen performing.
The band have played live shows across the south of the UK including the 02 Academy Islington and have opened for the likes of The Magic Band, Curved Air, The Groundhogs & Balaam and the Angel, as well as playing several festivals.
Secrets have gigs lined up during 2012.
Band members Matthew, JP and Ellie were interviewed by Paul after a live performance at the Exeter Picturehouse recently.
Tune in for a chance to hear them chat about the band and their music.
Your Mother Might Like It, Wednesday 9 May, 2012, midday to 2 pm, only on Phonic FM, 106.8 FM and online at www.phonic.fm