Prime's debut single released ahead of Tramlines appearance

Local band Prime are enjoying a busy time of it, with a new single out now, plus an appearance this Saturday (July 24) at Sheffield's prestigious Tramlines Festival.

Friday, 22nd July 2016, 2:58 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 6:22 pm

To Be Or Not To Be is a soulful three-and-a-half minute slab of punky rock ‘n’ roll confusion, influenced by the likes of Oasis, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie and The Clash.

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Produced and mixed by the Animal Farm, London, and recently launched at the Spice Of Life, Soho, it is available to buy now and is Prime’s first single.

Prime, formed in 2014 by Kirkby-in-Ashfield-based singer Lee Heir and Nottingham-based bass player Chris Munton, are delighted to play this year’s Tramlines Festival in Sheffield and release their new single which is out now on and i tunes.

Debut CD album Before The After is also available on i tunes, and in Nottingham’s Rough Trade store. See for more.