Love Nor Money



“An intoxicating introduction blessed with outrageous levels of energy.” Clash Magazine

This instantly grabbed me – a great pop recordEdith Bowman, BBC Radio 1

Love Nor Money are vibrant, eye-catching and truly captivatingGigwise

Love Nor Money don't so much demand your attention, as dance in your face till you can't ignore them. Which is clearly a great thingMatt Everitt, BBC 6 Music

About Love Nor Money
Take three women (two of whom are sisters) – a soul singer, a professional dancer and an aficionado of the scuzzy six-string, and bond with a penchant for North London squat parties and a passion for vivid danceable pop. The result? Dynamic alt.rave three-piece LOVE NOR MONEY. As equally at home at warehouse parties as urban ballrooms, LNM’s scope is reflected in the breadth of artists they’ve been compared to, from Grace Jones to Radiohead, Rudimental to (yes, there are glimpses) The Spice Girls. Like Haim refurbished by The Prodigy, Sonic Youth gone reggaeton or Major Lazer in cahoots with The Slits, Love Nor Money exude a vibe that encompasses both old-skool garage and DIY guitar indie. Bess Cavendish (lead vocals), Jayna Cavendish (backing vocals, drums and dance) and Anna Tosh (guitar) have been drawing plaudits and punters for their aerobically intense and attention-grabbing live performances, Debut single, ‘Shake Me’, won the Amazing Radio audition poll, received abundant airplay stateside and caused such a stir in the blogosphere that its subsequent packed-out launch at London’s Sebright Arms was an unforgettable indication of the good times that will be coming Love Nor Money’s way. Join the party.