Hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, one of the most artistic
cities in Canada, come Twenty Four Gone. A four piece dream-pop band
with roots in the dark atmospheric and melodic sounds that came
out of the Canadian province as well as influences from their
counterparts of the British Isles. Twenty Four Gone create flawless
rock melodies full of thunderous drums and rolling bass, with an
emotionally blistering delivery by frontman Brian McCarrick.
Twenty Four Gone is comprised of guitarist Zeljko Karlica, singer
Brian McCarrick, bassist Glen Murray, and drummer Brad MacGiveron
rounding out the lineup of the quartet.
With comparisons from Moev and the Chameleons UK to INXS, Tears For
Fears and Echo and the Bunnymen, Twenty Four Gone's strength comes
from their very deep songwriting ability and their ability to create
moving melodies from very dark and sinister underpinnings.
With the success of their singles "Girl Of Colours" and "Trust," as
well as a host of other songs played regularly on commercial radio,
The Spin is a must have album that will teach of music: past, present,
Bio adapted from a review by MacKenzie Wilson