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On January 27th 2014 The Rifles return with their fourth studio album 'None the Wiser', released via Cooking Vinyl, and we have copies up for grabs!
'None The Wiser' finds the four-piece on fine form, and marks yet another raising of the bar, with brilliantly-crafted classic rock, plus an added dose of folk, Americana, a strong pop sensibility and highly-deft songwriting skills. Their trademark Mod sound, rock and roll and timeless indie pop are all present and correct, but the band have broadened their musical palette, drawing influence from, in their own words, "Bob Dylan, Talking Heads, some Clash and as always - the Beatles."
With consistently respectable chart entries and a huge, loyal fanbase (that to this day sees the band selling out venues like London's' Forum), combined with genuine songwriting talent and unwavering creativity, The Rifles have long outlived many of their original peers. Packing a ferocious punch since 2006 with their debut album 'No Love Lost', the unyielding Rifles have picking up high profile fans in musical heroes Paul Weller and Oasis. The band released their second album 'Great Escape' in 2009 and third longplayer 'Freedom Run' in 2011, which was met with widespread critical acclaim.
CLOSING DATE: Monday 20th January 2014