Craig and Alex Priddice are serious music lovers, consummate songwriters and experienced performers. Craig and Alex Priddice are a well established act on the local scene having played most of the local venues. Career highlights include performing at Glastonbury 2019, 2017 & 2016, GODNEY Gathering 2016. They have performed at the prestigious venues 'Louisiana', 'Fleece', 'Ashton Gate' and at 'The Thekla'. They have played for Michael Eavis and have supported Beans On Toast, Lonely Tourist, Gaz Brookfield, Nick Parker to sell out crowds.
After their successful sets at Rabbit Hole, Croissant Neuf and Backstage John Peel @ Glastonbury Festival Their debut EP with a full band is called "Stones". It is available on all streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes etc)) and CD from SPACED OUT RECORDS in Street and musicexpouk.com. In October 2019, the brothers recorded their second EP "All Will Be Revealed" at Abbey Road Studios. The 1st single on this EP "Paranoia" released on 31st July 2020 is due to be followed by "Angler's Bridge" on 04/09/2020 and then "Man I Wanna Be" 02/10/2020. This record is released under the alias "Priddice Brothers Band" featuring Ed & Rob Antonello (drums & lead guitar respectively) and Ash Constanza on bass. They have now gone on to other projects but it was an amazing experience and we thank them. Craig & Alex again a duo act, can focus on gigs and new material, so watch this space!
The younger Priddice, Alex, toured across London for four years before joining Craig, playing his own compositions. This culminated in him playing the legendary Halfmoon Inn in Putney; previous host to the likes of The Who, U2 and Kasabian. Craig, the older brother who started gigging at the age of 15, has performed at many venues across the south west as a solo singer and guitarist, with his brother and also has collaborated with a few local bands. His highlight was performing at the Rock Garden in Covent Garden in 2002.
"STONES may be short but it perfectly demonstrates why they are in demand" (Georgie the Journo)
“One of the freshest sounds on the acoustic circuit” (Nick Parker)
“Voted one of the best local acts!" (BASIS MAG)
"Voted favourite duo by Music Expo 2019"