Waylayers move effortlessly from subtle electronic beauty through to euphoric stadium-ready pop gems. Their ‘Fault Lines’ EP positioned the band as one of the most exciting in the UK, with Hunger Magazine describing them as being “on the precipice of a career about to go stratospheric”. Others quickly followed suit, with Nylon, The Recommender, Time Out, Clash, Topman Generation and Artrocker all providing rave reviews. Support also came from fans Steve Lamacq, Janice Long, Dermot O’Leary and the photographer Rankin.
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