Four bandmembers set out to share their arena friendly catchy tunes with an extra touch of edge and personality influenced by a variety of musical genres ranging from bubblegum pop to punk. The rebellious and genre stereotype breakers members Freddie Hammond, Ethan Forde, Archie Shanahan and frontman Jacques Hete make up the alternative pop band Myriam Adams dropping their latest EP Sexy Suburban Sadness on January 13th.
The EP along with its own music video breaks down their differing upbringings in the middle of the suburbs while romanticizing their everyday life situations. If you’ve ever related with this situation, you’d want to stick around on January 13th to hear their side of the story.
Together, they’ve accumulated over 40,000 streams since their debut single leading to the Rising Star nomination for a BMA (Birmingham Music Award), performances at popular festivals such as Godiva (Coventry), and receiving support from BBC Introducing and several other outlets. Stay tuned for the release of Sexy Suburban Sadness by checking out the rest of their discography on Spotify.