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Muddy Elephant is an Indie rock band representing the North West. The three original band members are frontman Sam (Vocals, Rhythm Guitar), Matt (Backing Vocals, Bass Guitar), Carlos (Lead Guitar), with new band member Liam (Drums).
Sam, Matt, Carlos, and Liam are based in Cheshire, UK, The band was originally founded in 2018 and are managed by Industry Music Manager: Mr. Paul Holton
The lads sold out a packed headline show at Jimmy's Manchester and supported Corella at The Deaf Institute. Their music has also been played extensively across BBC Introducing, as well as on ITV's This Morning and on matchday at Anfield (Liverpool FC).
The lads have just come off from their biggest show yet. Manchester Academy 3. The venue was wall to wall with fans singing their most recent single When In Rome back to them.
'The casually-delivered vocal, breezy lead licks and sugar-sweet melodies all contribute to the effortless feel that instantly appeals, and it is this pop-savviness that could propel this band to bigger things.' - Design a Gig (2018)
'The versatility of Muddy Elephant makes them a band that could please many a crowd, offering listeners a choice between mellow and energetic tunes.’ - Get Into This (2020)
'Muddy Elephant have released anthemic indie pop hit ‘Helter Skelter’ that instantly has you hooked and wanting more from this sensational band.’ - The Pentatonic (2020)
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