Stuart Armstrong (lead vocals and guitar), Dan Albon (bass guitar) and Leo Stanfield (drums)
Founding member Stuart Armstrong,
Stuart left his previous band Six10Repeater, to form this line up for Partisan in 2016, working on new material with his rock edge and progression from Six10.
Partisan have recorded and released several tracks to date, (however they have taken the bold step of reworking their songs) whilst adding many new tracks, which has resulted in signing up with Shoutback Records
They had an exciting year, playing huge gigs such as The British Sound Project, Victoria Warehouse and plan to return to the US later in next year, after a fantastic response when they played Piano s in New York and Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles late 2016.
Jammerzine: Named in top 10 Indie Rock Bands 2018
“Partisan have always had a special place here at Jammerzine. They are a band, not only to be reckoned with as pioneers of the indie scene but re spected as members of an elite group of musicians and songwriters that consistently earn that respect. Partisan are going places. Just listen to their catalogue thus far.”
Louderthanwar Review: August 2019 witten by Wyane Carey
Partisan are my surprise tonight, LTW have covered them in the past, I’ve never got around to catching them live. They’re a tight as F*** threesome, who at first at first of Buffalo Tom, but as each track is aired I get hints of loads of stuff. Take a track called “Oxygen ” which is a grand little number with a Manic Street Preachers feel too it.
They even go all Royal Blood on the excellent “Turn me on”. Things could go massive for this trio, due to the dynamics of Stuart Armstrong and his guitar wielding antics. I’m keepi ng my eye on this band.
Mantras. A single from forthcoming album.