Lennie Tranter And The Bagism Revelation - Call On Me
After finding himself without a band for the first time in years, former Havelocks’ front-guy and songwriter Lennie Tranter decided to have a year or two off “just to write some songs and work on my alcoholism a bit more.” During this downtime Lennie filled in here and there with various bands and met, amongst others, drummer Sam Smith, and the prodigious Thorpe brothers, Alex and Nick. The boys got to jamming on Lennie’s songs and realised they enjoyed it so they kept at it. As it turns out, they recorded a song, "Molly May", played a gig in honour of it and people liked it, so they booked more gigs – played them in and about Newcastle, and more people liked it. So now it’s a thing and they’ll be doing more of the like and the same. Molly May received airplay on community radio across the country and now the bagism boys are back with their second single, "Call On Me."
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A melodic ballad with anthemic choruses, blended harmonies and guitar hooks.
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Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners