Having met in 2016, writing and playing together intermittently, Kamora officially formed this year. Taking the decision to write and rehearse together weekly, honing their skills as performers and songwriter, the band were on a mission to make a real success of the band.
The decision has been vindicated by their impressive debut release Wild Thing. Kamora take influences from classic rock conventions and blend them with the brooding, earthy vocals of lead singer Max Murphy. Memorable hooks are enriched by atmospheric keys and chunky guitar segments, all held together neatly by an impressively tight rhythm section.
With Wild Things out now, and more singles planned for regular release over the next twelve months, Kamora are eager to continue to build their credentials as an up-and-coming rock band in their homeland of Scotland and beyond.
Wild Thing is out now.
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