Owen Lloyd, James Thomas, Ali Hetherington and Simon Treasure together are the London–based Alt–Indie outfit, Longfellow. The quartet released their debut EP Prelude in 2014, featuring their first single “Siamese Lover,” which was spun by Jo Wiley on BBC Radio 2, debuted on 6Music with Steve Lamacq and chosen as BBC Introducing single of the week by Huw Stephens on Radio 1. To date, the band has had five consecutive singles earn U.K. support at BBC Radio 2 as well as a host of live sessions at Maida Vale, Radio X and 3FM. Longfellow has sold out London’s prestigious Bush Hall, headlined the BBC Introducing stage at Hyde Park and showcased across the Atlantic at SXSW, CMJ and MUSEXPO in addition to supporting the likes of Keane, Hall & Oates and Royal Blood. Musically, Longfellow evoke the musical nuances of Coldplay, The Killers, Imagine Dragons, The Temper Trap, and early Muse melded with their own creative vision. Longfellow has collected over 5.5 million cumulative plays on Spotify, amassed over 200,000 views on YouTube and nearly 40,000 global tags on Shazam thus far. Longfellow is set to release a brand new single, titled “Iscariot,” this Friday.