“Charismatic, upbeat indie-pop hailing from just outside the vibrant city of Cambridge, England, Gentlemen’s Club are set apart from the wave of Foals/Maccabees copy-cat bands that surround them, because it is almost impossible for the quartet to sound particularly anything like any band before them. Gentlemen’s Club lack the key dominant instrument in rock/indie music; a guitar. The dominating instrument that they do have, however, is a ukulele – which more than makes up for it.
After playing numerous venues in Southern England that range from Oxfordshire to Essex, with a relentless assault on the country’s capital somewhere in between, the band have established quite a following for themselves. It’s All Indie were captivated by their energetic performance at The Square in Harlow, and it was that night we realised that Gentlemen’s Club are a young band that need to be taken very seriously in the indie music scene.
‘Everything In Colour’ is the most unique indie-pop record we’ve heard for a long while; almost reminiscent of the first time you heard Bloc Party. Slate The Disco’s EP of the month (March 2012) certainly lived up to the hype that surrounded it, spawning three energetic tracks that feature the original yet poppy-sounding polish that Gentlemen’s Club have crafted themselves.
It’s no surprise we are not the only blog that are handing out favourable reviews to Gentlemen’s Club, the four-piece who’s idiosyncratic take on indie music will surely entail huge success in the years the come.”
- --- It’s All Indie Magazine