“Filled with uptempo brit-rock riffs, a punk-infused energy and tonnes of charisma" - Gigslutz
"Ones to watch" - Steve Lamacq, Radio Presenter & DJ, BBC Radio 6Music
"Shiners capture that impish moment of pay-day perversion on new cut 'Just Got Paid', a sharp-edged piece of garage punk that kicks hard from the first chord and simply refuses to let go." - Clash Magazine Track of the Day - August 2017
SHINERS are an East London 4-piece Brit Wave band who grew up listening to their parent’s punk and new wave records, while at the height of Brit Pop. They write catchy pop songs drenched in post-punk angular guitars, driving bass, 60s keys and punchy drums. Songwriter and vocalist Jamie Delaney knows how to take a pristine melody and gleefully smash it to bits.
First championed by BBC Introducing Norfolk, SHINERS picked up a coveted featured artist slot on BBC Introducing London in 2015, before heading to Scotland to entertain crowds at T-in the Park Festival in 2016. Huw Stephens played two live tracks from their set on his show, plus Sophie Little played their single ’19 Again’ while sitting in for Huw.
The band released the singles 'Just Got Paid' and 'Blunt' earlier this year and will release their debut EP 'NOW 2017' in November 2017 featuring brand new tracks 'Generation Y' and 'I Love the Girl'