The 42's was a 4-piece band from Surrey. It consisted of Tom Branney, Jack Branney, Nathan Smales and Solomon Ransi. They have been cited as upcoming prodigies of the music industry by many, only to disband in July 2018.
Their manager Niko Agourakis said they were "the best band of their one year".
|Solomon Ransi||Singer, Keys|
Early Career[edit | edit source]
They were formed in early 2017, performing their first gig at the 'Battle of the Bands' at their school in Surrey. Following this, they would play many concerts around their local area out of hope to be recognised by producers or record labels. After their hard work, they found Niko Agourakis, who would go on to manage their band and market their music.
Unreleased Music[edit | edit source]
Their photographer and manager Niko Agourakis would go on to produce an EP for the 42's, however this went unreleased after it was promised to their fans.
Late Career and Disbanding[edit | edit source]
After a promising start to their career, the 42's played their last gig at Imber Court Sports Club on 7th July 2018 alongside The Motive, Hayden Poulter, Beatles4EverUK and Scarlet Litster. The next day, on 8th July 2018, they publicly announced their disbandment on their Instagram page. Two of their fans made their outrage public, however many saw it coming after the deterioration of the relationship between guitarist Tom Branney and bassist Nathan Smales.
Their final parting message read:
"Well no one gives a f**k but this is it the 42's are over due to some personal differences. We can't thank @beatles4everuk for such a great night and the opportunity to play with them and as we are parting we wish tom and jack the best of luck with @living_things_uk and the other members with their own stuff. Our last goodbye."
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