Introducing | Bear Paw

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In their first magazine interview Bear Paw tell Artefact about the challenges of releasing a single and their plans for the upcoming year.

Bear Paw have taken the London music scene by force playing a whole host of venues across the capital, with their first gig less then seven months ago at the Alley Cat in Denmark Street. It’s clear that they are building a dedicated fan base already with their indie-folk vibes.

“We have nothing interesting to say,” they muse, explaining that the charisma left the room with their drummer Tim Kirby who was unfortunately unable to attend the interview along with bassist Johan Petti. However this is a modest statement from James Hinks and Jon Fazal, the two guitarists/singers, whose dynamic in front of the camera is as strong as their animated stage presence.

With only 100 copies of their new single going on sale – they’re already making plans for an EP launch in the oncoming year. If you want to own one of the exclusive copies of their single head to their Bandcamp page.

Photography by Ryan Evans

You can also follow them on Twitter and take a listen to their tracks on SoundCloud.

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