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Neo-Ritmo are a 4 peice alt rock group from Bristol, UK. The band formed in the winter months of 2009 by founding members Jason Watts (Vocals and Guitar) and Miles Jelfs (Drums). The line up was completed early in 2010 with the addition of James Arbery (Guitar) and Steve Smith (Bass).

After their formation, the band spent 12 months perfecting their sound before debuting their live show in December 2010. The result of this was overwhelming and the group immediately found themselves with requests to headline events across their hometown of Bristol.

The band released their debut album ‘Experience Precedes Essence’ in the spring of 2011 to a sold out show at Bristol’s historic Louisiana venue. Recorded over two, three-day sessions between 2010 and 2011, the album consists of 7 tracks with a total play time of over 34 minutes. Included on this album is fan favourite ‘Meet Inside’. This track as well as other favourites such as ‘A Fraction of Forever’ and ‘Condemned to be Free’ still feature heavily in Neo-Ritmo live shows.

Upon the release of the album, Venue Magazine described the band as “confidently forged, burnished with passion and very much ready for battle” and with Live Music Scene saying of the album: “you can hear the care taken with every note played and sung, which shows that valued essence can be gained once heart and soul is poured into the craft”. Musical comparisons in the press included the likes of Pearl Jam, Muse, Iron Maiden and Biffy Clyro amongst others.

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