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Good Shoes - Good Shoes

  by Anna Gudaniec

published: 23 / 3 / 2007

Good Shoes - Good Shoes


Good Shoes make what they describe as 'danceable, shed rehearsed music'. With their new album 'Think Before You Speak' just out, Anna Gudaniec photographs them exclusively at the Mean Fiddler in London

New band Good Shoes make what they describe as ""danceable, shed rehearsed guitar music" and have a rising reputation. The band, which was formed in 2004 in the South London suburb of Morden by former school friends, Rhys Jones, Joel Cox, Steve Leach and Tom Jones, put out their first single, 'Small Town Girl', on the tiny Young and Lost Club label in 2005. After being talent spotted when they played a set at an Artrocker Magazine club night in August of that year, Good Shoes moved to the larger Brille Records. They have released a subsequent three singles, 'All in My Head' (which earned them a 'NME' front cover spot), 'The Photos on My Wall' and 'Never Meant to Hurt You', and their debut album, 'Think Before You Speak', which the band travelled to Malmo in Sweden to record. These photos were taken by Anna Gudaniec exclusively for Pennyblackmusic on March 29th, three days after 'Think Before You Speak' was released, at a headline gig at the Mean Fiddler in London.

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Good Shoes - Good Shoes

Good Shoes - Good Shoes

Good Shoes - Good Shoes

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Rising stars of the South London music scene, Good Shoes' self-professed shed rehearsed music has been getting rave reviews. Frontman Rhys Jones chats to Sarah Johnson about being signed tgo EMI offfshoot Brille Records and the recording of the band's debut album which will be out early next year

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