by Andy Morris Contributor | Photos by Press

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Love Nor Money impress at Sebright Arms' showcase

The London drum n'bass inspired trio showcase new single 'Shake Me'


Love Nor Money release debut single on Lost in The Manor Photo: Press

Love Nor Money are a welcome relief from identikit indie, earnest singer songwriters and somnolent R&B: vibrant, eye-catching and, at times, truly captivating.

After watching Girli (an opening act of a pink-haired woman dressed in bubblewrap rapping along to Hello Kitty-inspired beats), sisters Bess and Jayna Cavendish, together with guitarist Anna Tosh and drummer Jeremy Berges take the stage at London's Sebright Arms.

Freshly signed to independent Lost In The Manor, Love Nor Money recall the likes of soulful pop d'n'b of Kosheen and any fan of Rudimental will find much to enjoy here. What's key is the charisma of their two front women: they treat the basement of a Hackney pub like it's the Lovebox main stage.

After a strong collection of originals ('Telepathy' and 'Eurotrash' being elegantly stompy standouts) they also deliver a tight rendition of Garbage's seductive 'No1 Crush'. Naturally they conclude with barmstroming new single 'Shake Me' to rapturous reception. We'll be keen to see what they do next: but personally we fully expect them to blow away the competition at the BBC Introducing stage at this year's T In The Park.

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Andy Morris


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