Inside Information are a young, emerging duo playing rock and heavy music, inspired by the sounds they grew up with. Focused in Derby, the engaged couple were brought together by their love of music, meeting at college when they were both 16 years old.
Officially forming in 2018, Victoria and Anthony started with a voice and a guitar, making a name for themselves by reinventing classic covers and adding their own rock twist. Currently, they are branching out and pursuing their passions by making their own sound. Whether it's live at a festival or on their YouTube channel, their enthusiastic energy is infectious. You can find Inside Information's original music on all major streaming services.
Their first single 'House of Stone' was released July 3rd is available to download on all major platforms.
'The Curse is Upon Us' is their new EP, released on October 30th. The 6 tracks are slightly more heavier than their single 'House of Stone' released in August, with a couple songs having synth, electronic parts and distorted guitar. They have subtle themes of otherworldly beings.
'I've often been asked how long I've been singing, and the answer is usually since I've been able to talk. However cliche that sounds, it is true, and I don't think I've stopped.
Brought up listening to the the sounds of Evanescence, Linkin Park and Muse, my style has been shaped by this music. As I've gotten older, the music has gotten heavier, with bands like Metallica and Dio joining the playlist.
The keyboard in an instrument that I like to play by myself, and since meeting Anthony, I can play the basics on guitar. Just don't ask me to show you.'
'My parents bought me my first guitar when I was 6 years old. At this stage in life, I had never even touched a guitar before, but 6 year old me was adamant that this was what I needed. So there I was, teaching myself 'Paint it Black' by the Rolling Stones on a £60 Argos child electric guitar. I've come a long way since then.
I would say that Slash was my first major influence- he made me want to learn guitar in the first place. But once I had learnt the basics, Metallica and Slipknot were favourites to play inspire me now as a musician.
During my teenage years, bands like Ghost, Behemoth and Mesuggah really changed the way I play music.'