PAVILION was born in Brighton 2019 and 6 months later, they’ve twice been named BBC Introducing The South’s ‘Track of the Day’ and are emerging as ‘one to watch’ in the UK .
From an early age singer/songwriter Benji Lamb was fascinated with ‘capturing’ experiences, exploring “the murky bits” through lyrics and striking upon a truth that resonates. It’s a stream of consciousness approach to song writing with a propensity to write solid hooks and with mental health complications driving him.
“I was diagnosed as Bi-Polar” says Lamb “and had to sit with a lot of darkness, which tends to spur you on; to create and re-imagine something new”.
Long-time childhood friend and drummer Stu came on-board to help make Lamb’s vision a reality with Dean and Robbie completing the line-up. PAVILION are releasing their highly anticipated new single ‘INFINITE’. Its power is that it feels like a truth that resonates, melodically. It’s the child-like wonder of cityscapes juxtaposed lyrically with the neurotic, darker aspects of craving and insecurity. It’s fraught yet joyful – the sound of a band with momentum refusing to be categorised as ‘Indie Landfill’.