Club Paradise a four-piece indie rock band from Newcastle Upon Tyne made up of school friends Ryan Young (vocals/guitar), Jackson Vert (lead guitar), Harry Webb (bass) and Nathan Hogg (drums), the band cite the likes of Foals, The Midnight, Jungle and The Horrors as influences.
Just before lockdown, they played their biggest hometown show to date, selling out Cobalt Studios in Newcastle and supporting Kashmere at a sold out Deaf Institute show in Manchester. In the last year they've also supported Vistas, APRE, Larkins, VANT, Saint Raymond, The Navettes, Only The Poets and more. Now they ready their new single Growing Up, recorded entirely in isolation, which is due for release 17 July 2020, following the acclaimed earlier releases Teenagers, Closer and Kirby Keger.
It has been a fast ascent for Newcastle based Club Paradise. Having released their debut single in July 2018, they picked up early attention from the likes of Clash Magazine and Shortlist, who named the band in their Artists To Watch for 2019.
The young band are quickly defining their signature sound with dusky synths and massive levels of melodic prowess that complement their indie roots, with huge support coming from BBC Introducing. Club Paradise emerge fully formed and fully conscious, with tracks reminiscent of an 80s Sunset Boulevard movie montage.