Perle Dimenticabili tira fuori pezzi deprecabili e assurdi, trovati conservati, per strani motivi, nel mio personale etere.
Vediamo oggi cosa esce fuori... 🙂
Next Of Kin - 24 Hours From You
Questa origine è abbastanza facile, ovvero il ripping as is di tutti i Festivalbar che uscivano, dove ficcavano le più assurde hit delle boyband che duravano neanche un'estate. Ecco tre fratelli che sfornano il loro capolavoro nel lontano 1998 approfittando del successo dei più famosi Hanson usciti poco prima di loro.
Wikipedia dice che sono ancora in attività... poveri ascoltatori inglesi (ebbene sì, vengono pure da una nazione "nobile")!
Next of Kin are an English pop
rock band from Braintree, Essex, comprising brothers Nathan (drums), Mark (guitar) and Kieran Bass (bass guitar).
Discovery and record deal
The band was discovered when the brothers visited the Musical Exchanges music shop in Birmingham, after an event at the nearby NEC had been cancelled. Shop owner Gary Chapman was impressed by Mark's guitar playing and put them in touch with Universal Music. They subsequently signed a record deal with Universal Records.
The band performed on the Smash Hits tour in 1998 and supported Boyzone on their UK tour in 1999. Their most notable single was "24 Hours from You", which was co-written by Richard Drummie of Go West, and helped by a promotional video shot in South Africa, and an appearance on the ITV television show Mad for It.
It reached #13 on the UK Singles Chart in February 1999. Their follow-up release, "More Love", peaked at #33 in June that year.
At the time of their first single they received comparisons with Hanson, with their ages ranging from 13 to 18 when they broke through in 1999.