Federal Charm are a Manchester-based rock band who pick up the sound of 70s rock heyday with a contemporary twist. The band is made of quintet Tom Guyer, Paul Bowe, L.D. Morawski, Josh Zahler and Kyle Ross.
Their debut album came in 2013, a self titled effort which gained critical acclaim. They followed this up with 'Across The Divide' in 2015, acoustic record 'Crossed Wires' in 2016, and their latest, 'Passenger' which is due in September 2018.
With explosive live performances, the band has earned several accolades including a nomination by Planet Rock Radio for Best New Band. You can catch them now too - they're set to co-headline a UK tour in September with the Bad Flowers. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Thu 20th Sep 2018
With the exception of getting a song played on prime-time radio, there are few things more challenging for a rock band than losing their lead singer. For every AC/DC with Brian Johnson there are, sadly, hundreds of groups who’ve completely nosedived once the face and voice of their operation has upped sticks. But anyone worried about the future of British blues-rockers Federal Charm can breathe a mighty sigh of relief, because they haven’t just survived their frontman’s departure, they’ve actually benefited from it on ‘Passenger’.
Tue 18th Sep 2018
Imagine being in a rock ‘n’ roll band with two albums under your belt and a fistful of big-name support slots in the bank. Imagine you spent the best part of a decade building a fanbase. Then, just as you’re preparing to make that all important third album, imagine waving goodbye to half the group. Do you wallow in self-pity? Wave the white flag and call it quits? Or recruit two new members and bounce back with your strongest album to date.