Debut studio album ‘Songs from the Fourth Floor’ public launch at PoP Art Space, Level 4, Princes Quay, on 4th July 2014.
“It’s fresh and totally contemporary electronic dance music. The album flows from hard-edged dance to an ethereal chill out close. Get in the car, turn it up loud, and head off to the coast. Take a trip through a journey of uplifting songs but look out for the ghosts of love, loss and threads of the supernatural. It blew me away.” Red Herring June 2014
Andrew Tomlinson – composer, songwriter, guitar, programming. Andrew is from Hull, East Yorkshire, UK. His first musical influences stem from new wave artists such as Soft Cell, Front 242, Severed Heads and Cabaret Voltaire. Later he became influenced by rap groups such as Public Enemy, Beastie Boys and NWA. Lyrical influences come from Jacques Brel, Marc Almond and Charles Aznavour. Andrew is currently working on his second studio album under the pseudonym 4ourth4loor.
Louise Duffy-Howard – vocals. Former Red Guitar bassist and Planet Wilson resident, Louise loves singing, bass guitar, playing music and musical collaborations. Influences include early music, viola da gamba, cello, polyphonic voices, medieval buildings, the ocean, stained glass, spoken word and musicians from JAMC to Jordi Savall.
Moment of Clarity from debut album, Songs from the Fourth Floor