- Initially formed in 2011, The Viewers are a five-piece band from the South West with major influences stemming from the 1960's through to the mid 70’s. The band has developed a classic 60’s sound with a contemporary twist but also offer up 60’s classics from The Who, The Beatles and The Small Faces in the live set. Jangly guitars, vocal melodies, 3-part harmonies and driving rhythms provide the band’s unique sound.
- The latest album, 'Unstoppable', was produced by Colin Hannah (who has worked with Prince, Tom Jones, Michael Jackson to name a few) and was released in March 2020 and a new EP is due in the Spring of 2021. The band has previously released three studio albums; ‘All The Things We Never Had’, ‘Let Light In’ and ‘Universal Sky’, the latter produced by legendary, Grammy award winning producer Nigel Gray (who produced the first three albums for The Police).
- The Viewers enjoy extensive radio airplay right across the world on hundreds of stations from specialist internet radio programmes through to network FM stations in major cities, and more recently on Radio Caroline. The band has also proudly appeared on BBC Introducing Stages and performed on many other live broadcast shows.
- Live work has mainly focussed on home turf in the West of England, however, since 2016 the band now plays throughout the country including regular slots at Liverpool’s famous Cavern Club and appearances at significant music festivals and bespoke MOD events such as Stone Valley Festival (London & Co. Durham) and March Of The Mods (Woking, Exeter, & Torquay).