On the 21st of August we will be releasing our new EP ‘Reborn’.
So far the tracks have been featured on BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio, MKFM, NME, Reverbnation: Track of the Week, as well as many other news outlets.
As a band, from a young age, we have been inspired by The Beatles, Muse and Kasabian. We love their guitar riffs, cutting vocals and AMAZING live performances. In recent years, we have been fascinated by the development of modern production, particularly for bands like Yonaka. With our new music, we love to combine these old and new influences to create high-energy songs and performances that we hope you can feel inspired by.
Festivals: So far we’ve played at Isle of Wight, Victorious, Standon Calling, Camden Rocks, Penn Fest, Hazy Days, Mudfest, Lechlade, Landed (Wales), etc.
Venues: In the UK we have played at various O2 Academies, but we typically find ourselves playing Camden Town venues, including Dingwalls, as our fan base is predominantly in London.
In early 2015, Piers Nolan (frontman), worked closely with legendary Coldplay producer Daniel Green. From this, the unique ‘Toffees sound’, was created.
“You just need the right break and you will be big” -Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet)
“Vocally Superb, Lyrically supreme and the music is pure Brilliance” – This Feeling(RBX Radio)
“Brilliant” – Gareth Lloyd (BBC Introducing)
“Most promising young band for 2019, with an amazing live performance” – Chris McCormack (Camden Rocks Festival)
“Can’t wait to hear what they come up with next!” – Charlie Ashcroft (Amazing Radio)
Piers Nolan – Vocals / Bass / Keys
Abi Flowers – Backing Vox / Guitar
Tyla Brookes – Drums
The Toffees, a three-piece Alternative Rock band featuring Piers Nolan (Vocals, Bass & Keys), Abi Flowers (Backing Vox & Guitar) & Tyla Brookes (Drums), are releasing their new EP, Reborn, on the 21st of August 2021. From a young age, the trio have been inspired by The Beatles, Muse and Kasabian. In recent years, particularly since their frontman collaborated with legendary Coldplay producer Daniel Green in 2015, they’ve become fascinated by the development of modern production from bands like Yonaka. Thus, they’re seeking to combine these old and new influences to create high-energy songs and performances that will inspire today’s generation.