Unveils The Jack Powell EP
via Live Nation’s Ones To Watch

Due Out 3/16
via Play Nice (US) / Communion Records (UK)

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​“A cracking introduction, buzzing with energy and potential…”

“Tinged with a healthy dose of seasonal sentimentality…” – GQ

“Banfi brings its own specific sound to the table… a standout in the genre of indie pop-rock music.” – LIVE NATION’S ONES TO WATCH

“…the perfect balance between cerebral and heartfelt… bringing both brilliantly-recorded instrumentation to the forefront alongside an emotional vocal delivery.” – POPMATTERS

“Catchy guitar-pop laced with lush Alt-J-style harmonies.” – NME

“They’ve got the alternative indie scene in the palm of their hands…” – NYLON

​“Poignant and powerful…” – WONDERLAND MAGAZINE

(New York, NY) English indie-rockers Banfi are excited to release a preview of The Jack Powell EP due out tomorrowMarch 16th, via Play Nice / Communion Records. The EP is now streaming in full via Live Nation’s Ones To Watch. Pulling from the personal and sentimental, Banfi’s dynamic translates into this electrifying emotion that is often missing in contemporary indie music. It’s no surprise OTW dubbed Banfi as a “standout” in the genre while praising them for “unique exploration of loss and longing.” Fans can tune in and listen toThe Jack Powell EP here:

Earlier this month, the trio premiered a cover of Peter Gabriel‘s “Mercy Street” on Pancakes and Whiskey, who commended the band for their lush and impressive tunes.Prior to the that, Banfi unveiled the first single of 2018 off the EP entitled “Never Really Cared” via PopMatters.

The brand new EP kicks off another musical year for the London three-piece, following last year’s huge support on air from the likes of BBC 6Music, Radio X and Virgin Radio. Banfi have spent the last two years winning over fans on the road, adeptly backed with  “Happy When You Go” and “Rosedale House,” their genre-melding guitar-inflected singles that have pricked ears and set tongues wagging across the blogosphere. At the top of 2017, their four-date monthly residency at The Old Blue Last was swiftly followed up by a turn supporting Bear’s Den on their UK and European tour, leading into a summer festival run that took in the likes of Bushstock, Truck, Dot To Dot, Boardmasters and a career highlight set at Citadel.

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