Today London-based acoustic-indie trio Narrow Plains release their latest single "I should've known". This follows a string of recent awards and accolades amassed by the band, including being crowned winners for the internationally hotly regarded ‘Hard Rock Rising 2015’ awards which took place at the iconic Hard Rock Cafe in London, being ‘finalist’ in UpriseFM’s ‘Live in your City’, as well as winning a recording with the highly acclaimed John Davenport at Deep River Studios in North Carolina; producing the phenomenal song "Choices" which very recently reached number one in the Reverbnation indie charts. The band formed in early 2012 after self-recording their critically acclaimed début EP "Somewhere in between" (here). They are acoustic guitar driven, and their songs include elements of different genres including pop, indie rock, folk, country and blues. "I should've known" runs on a strong blues/rock influence, as brothers Roger Connick (bass) and Stuart Connick (drums) lay down a tireless and hypnotic rhythm, allowing frontman Charlie Ferriday to really push his distinctive vocals over the persistence of his ruthless guitar playing. The accompanying music video is simple but strong, capturing Narrow Plains minimal yet raw acoustic throttle. They continue to succeed in whatever comes their way. With their much anticipated self-titled album just round the corner set for release on the 14th of February (yes, Valentine's Day) and a prior release show on January, 22nd at the O2 Academy Islington, this band is one to watch for 2016, as the lads storm the music industry with an attitude that just won’t stop.