British retro-hitmakers Kitty, Daisy and Lewis have been causing a storm with their 50s throwback sound and catchy rock ‘n’ roll tunes.
Their two major albums Kitty, Daisy and Lewis and Smoking in Heaven have shown a wide range of skills flowing through the siblings’ genes. Whether it’s Hawaiian tunes, rock ‘n’ roll, calypso or blues, they can’t put a foot wrong.
While being guided by their music-whiz parents, this music has been imprinted on them from a very young age.
They stopped into Noise11 to have a chat to Tim Cashmere about their two major albums, their morph into an occasional jam band and the fact that they don’t really think they have been that successful.