QUICKLY making a name for themselves on the scene, Liverpudlian alternative rockers We Were Beautiful are set to release brand new EP This Town next week (Feb 4). 

Recorded by Lee McMahon, famous for his work with General Fiasco, Duke Special and Mojo Fury, the new record is a promising display of talent by the band.

Title track This Town showcases a fantastic riff, kickstarting the four-song EP in a high-tempo manner. Resembling the likes of The Blackout and an early Biffy Clyro, Jealousy is lyrically superb and by far the strongest four-minutes on the record.

The hardworking band have been recognised by critics as showing true potential in the alt-rock market. To date the Mersey lads have supported the likes of Deaf Havana and Lower Than Atlantis.

Determined to give their fast growing fan-base what they want, frontman Paul Easton and the rest of the band are constantly updating their social network sites with competitions and exclusive acoustic versions of songs.

Easton said: “This year, me and the We Were Beautiful guys just want to tour and play as much as possible. We’d love to play some festivals in the summer and record another EP.”

We Were Beautiful are set to play Mello Mello in Liverpool on Saturday, February 2 as part of their EP launch celebrations.

For ticket information and to keep up-to-date with the band, visit facebook.com/wewerebeautiful .