Sterling Press are an alternative four-piece band based in London. Having played under different guises for as long as memory serves, the band is comprised of Ed Higgins (guitar, vocals), Greg Smith (guitar, vocals), Marlon Reynier (bass, vocals) and Lucien Ismael (drums). Built on the foundations of a classic rock band, Sterling Press are dynamic in their musicianship and thrive in experimentation. Drawing on other influences from punk, ska and techno music, the lads produce horn-fuelled indie classics that you won’t forget in a hurry.
Formed in the spring of 2020 and at the dawn of one relentless pandemic, a fresh-faced Sterling Press had a hell of a lot of time to get stuck into writing and recording. Having grown up together in Hanwell, West London, the band spent the best part of adolescence playing to a multitude of sticky-floored grassroots stages across the UK.
Now on an upward trajectory, the London locals have been working night and day on compelling future releases. With talks of a debut album well underway and keen to get back to gigging as soon as pandemically possible, 2021 is set to be a big one for the Londoners.