Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor formed their fruitful songwriting partnership in 2006, and gradually started popping up at local nights like Fuzz Club and Cool as Folk: Charles with his acoustic guitar, Rebecca with her bespoke drum kit (glass bottles, wooden chairs…), both singing in beautiful harmony about love, loss, and the fun stuff in between.
Over time they graduated from the Students’ Union and the Harley, to Queens’ Social Club and the national radio airwaves.
How do you bring two distinct styles, two distinct lives, back together and make them feel like the same band?
Apparently, you send them to Richmond, Virginia for a week.
Slow Club’s debut album, Yeah So, was an infectious set of clattering pop songs and heartbroken lullabies.