The Janskys release their second album, When Silence Speaks this Saturday. The album is the product of two years of blood, sweat and tea at the band’s own studio.
The album is a crisply-produced collection of alt country numbers, which can be heard at Rare and Racy this Saturday as part of a special ‘playback’ event.
The band started out gigging the sticky-floored pubs and clubs of South Yorkshire, paying their dues the traditional way, more recently they’ve played Tramlines festival and supported Pete Williams when he toured his debut album, See.
Influenced by Wilco, The Stone Roses, Grandaddy, Spiritualized, REM and Doves, The Jansky’s songs are catchy and hook-led.
The Janksy’s When Silence Speaks will be aired at Rare and Racy this Saturday.