Listen to new the track ‘Scars And Safety Pins’ by The Carnabys

The Carnabys new single, ‘Scars And Safety Pins’ is a study of self harm; trying to hide one’s fragility but at the same time calling for help and all of that effect on a relationship. Fast paced, raw and straight to the point.

Take a listen to the track further below which has the markings of a classic track with a cool summer vibe.

The Carnabys


The Carnabys are: Ben Gittins, Mike Delizo, Jack Mercer, Frankie Connolly and James Morgan.  An outstanding 5-piece British band from South West London who have opened for Bruce Springsteen at Hard Rock Calling 2013 and been on tour with Blondie.  Since then the boys have been on a collision course to world success as they sell out gigs all over London including venues such as KOKO, Garage The Borderline and The Jazz Café.

The boys are also taking off in Europe with numerous tours throughout Italy, France, Spain, Ireland and National UK Tours up and down the UK.  And with The United Talent Agency as their live agent (sharing a roster with Kanye West, Muse, Black Keys, Brad Pitt, Will Ferrell) and SJM as their promoter, those tours are getting bigger and better by the day – 2016 sees The Carnabys step from support to main stage as they perform at Camden Rocks on 4 June  and The Isle of Wight Festival on 12 June.


The single ‘Scars And Safety Pins’ from their forthcoming album ‘Too Much, Never Enough’ is released June 10th.. Their new album ‘Too Much, Never Enough’ on August 19th.

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