Rising stars Clear Vinyl eye up dream collab with talented Harry Styles

Harry Styles is the topic of conversation on everyone's lips at the moment and he's caught the attention of Clear Vinyl.

The rising stars who today return with their latest single Minerva following weeks of relentless performances across the four corners of the nation.

Consisting of Josh Feeley, Sam Hutchinson, Jonjo Caton, Ed Holmes and Sam Massey, the Chesterfield rockers have delighted music lovers in the UK as well as overseas in Germany.

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Speaking to the Daily Star following the release of their track, Josh explained the band would love to team up with Cheshire's Harry Styles, admitting they'd be pushing their sound boundaries but wouldn't think twice.

He explained: "For me personally, I'd love to do something with Harry Styles, I would also really like to do something with Easy Life or Stereophonics.

"Massively different but either a band I've grown up listening to or something completely different to what we sound like but I feel it could be really cool."

Reflecting on Styles, who is set to see two films hit UK cinemas in just a few weeks, he added: "I've seen his progression from a boyband.

"Most of his albums sound completely different, I feel like he's got a really wild imagination so we could do something cool.

"What would maybe be perceived as cliche with somebody else, he'd have an idea of making it really cool, I think as a musician he's very talented."

The group have been racking up stellar reviews, gaining attention from the likes of BBC Introducing, stating the support they've received as "unreal" after watching their favourite artists launch their career after being spotted by Introducing.

Despite sitting on the track for some time, Josh, who boasts an essence of Tom Grennan and Sam Fender stated that they were waiting for the "right time" to release it.

"When it came to Y Not Festival, we played it live at 1pm in the afternoon, the stage manager goes 'We were not expecting a pit that big at 1pm', we figured now is the best time to release this."

Just last month, the group played alongside The Script and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, a line up they still cannot get their head around, having grown up listening to both artists.

He said: "Sophie's lovely, it was great to chat to her – we grew up listening to her music and then the next thing, you're backstage talking to her.

"I was five when her songs came out and they're still huge now, it was such a surreal experience."

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