Find out more about this trio from Hereford (previously known as Solar Plexus) - they got to the final of the Battle of the Bands competition.
Tilt Station formed in the summer of 2003 as Solar Plexus, changing to their current name in 2006. Brothers Liam and Tom Lee-Hynes had played in a variety of original and covers bands before and now felt it was time to put their songwriting skills to the test.
The current incarnation of the band came into existence last year with the arrival of Adam Daffurn on drums (who's also the lead singer of The Dandelion Killers).
The trio cite their influences as classic rock such as Zeppelin and Hendrix, mixed with the pop sensibilities of Crowded House and U2, right through to more obscure acts like Primus.
The trio have played many gigs locally, including both Ross International and Fringe Festivals.
High energy performances are a trademark of the band, who take the stage with a mixture of confidence and enthusiasm. Often they will abandon the song they are playing - to go into an extended jam, or to experiment with different sounds.
You can listen to all the latest music from across the two counties on the Friday Session, every week from 7pm on BBC Hereford & Worcester.
last updated: 16/01/2009 at 22:55
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