A blast of direct raw Indie Rock that’s as infectious as it is heartfelt.
The sound of The Kaizens is instantly recognisable and has already seen them burst out of their hometown Torbay, with their sizeable ambition lining up the rest of the world in their sights. Their breadth and power becomes even move even more evident when on stage, where they’ve been hailed by fans and critics alike for sounding record-perfect in the live arena, but with a spine-tingling and raw delivery.
Following the release of their four-track self-titled EP, The Kaizens original music received numerous air plays from radio stations all across the UK. They were also invited to perform a live session for BBC Introducing.
Performing at the iconic venue The Big Red in London with their original song ‘Whiskey & Wine’.
2017 brought them a very busy year playing gigs and festivals and supporting touring bands all around the UK which has led them to have played with / supported such bands as The Darkness, Top loader and X factor star, Luke friend.
One of the highlights of the bands year in 2017 was being able to meet and play in front of Glastonbury festivals own Michael Eavis. The band managed to reach the final in the Glastonbury festival competition, which was judged by himself and other critics.
The Kaizens are also no strangers to covers as seen in their cover of Coldplay’s ‘Yellow’ which they also performed at The Big Red.
The future is looking big for the band as they are adding to their long list of future gigs, events and festivals all around the country. The Best bands in the world have both an intrinsic bond that binds them together, and a natural flair that instantly wins over hearts and minds.
That’s exactly what you get in The Kaizens.
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After the gig my throat didn’t seem dry or saw. I felt like I could have easily sang for longer. Ideal for long sets or touring.
Vocalzone will defiantly be apart of my gigging process from now on”