You might think an Indie Rock group coming from Bavaria is either horrible or impossible.
Well, you‘re wrong on this one then. To be precise: Not all members of Pardon Ms. Arden come from the town of Munich. Lead singer and guitarist Nick is proud of his British ancestry. However, all four members of the group consider Munich not only as their home, but also as an integral source of inspiration for their songs.
Formed in 2007, Nick, Tom, Alex and Franz have released two albums. Their most recent effort, entitled Restless Legs, was released in August of 2011 and went straight into the top 50 of the German iTunes chart in its first week with their single Any Other Place filling dancefloors all over the country. To promote their record, the British-Bavarian group went out on the road supporting the likes of The Rifles, The Courteeners, Jack Penate and many more, celebrating their combination of Britpop á la Oasis, the synthie-influenced music of New Order and driving Libertines beats.
Since being in a rock n roll band is about working hard and doing stuff, the band are set to release their brand new single I Can‘t See The Point on May 4, less than a year after their most recent LP. Their new track is another danceable hymn full of euphoria and drive, an exciting combination of electric dance rock and raw guitar rock music.
However: Nowadays, releasing a record is not much more than the best excuse to get back out on the road, working hard and doing stuff.
„the most British of Bayrish bands!“ (Parklife Magazine, UK)
„probably the biggest hope for German indie rock music around“ (Süddeutsche Zeitung, D)