May 11, 2017 |

Desert Island Discs – In My Disguise

Desert Island Discs – In My Disguise

May 11, 2017 |

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Ever wondered what bands and album inspired In My Disguise? Then wonder no more. The Suffolk rockers have taken on our Desert Island Discs challenge and each let us in on their number one album.

George: Drenge - Drenge

"Drenge's 1st album... the aptly named 'Drenge'. This for me optimises what a great 1st album should be. It's raw, it's not afraid to be different and it shows just what great tunes two people (brothers Eoin & Rory Loveless - guitar/vocals & drums) can make. The tracks from this album are beautifully varied and can't necessarily be placed into a specific genre, drawing on significantly british influences which for me makes it seem real and relatable. I find that I keep returning to this album throughout the years and every time I seem to change my mind about which track is my favourite, which can only be a good thing!"

Jonathan: Muse - Drones

"One of my albums to listen to for the rest of my life would be Drones by Muse, for me this album is spectacularly written. Speaking from a bass players perspective (as always!) the bass is very inventive whilst also catering for the songs, I take a lot of influence from the Muse bassist when writing my lines. The riffs are incredible, you can always count on Muse to write catchy, massive sounding riffs, these will tend to get stuck in my head for hours! All in all this is just a great sounding rock album."