’60s band aim for Top 40

LOUGHBOROUGH rock band The Carnabys have put the finishing touches to their debut album, Introducing The Carnabys, which is set to be released on Rattle ‘n’ Roll Records later in the year.
To capture the spirit of their music, the local ‘60s revivalists recorded the album with Seasick Steve and Teenage Fanclub-producer Andy Bell in Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire, without the aid of any equipment made after 1969.
Vocalist Luke Williamson said “We’ve gone back to basics with this project to ensure we’re true to our influences and passions.
“It’s great to be offered this opportunity to release the album with Rattle ‘n’ Roll and we’re just excited about the project even more now they’re on board.”