Coffin Mew band Clover win Law Rocks!

Posted on: October 3rd, 2014

The Coffin Mew band Clover gave a stunning performance last night at one of London’s most celebrated music venues – The 100 Club in London – and beat off stiff competition from five other bands to take the Law Rocks winning spot!

The band featured on keyboards, Peter Fellows; bass guitar, Tabytha Cunningham; drums, John Parkinson; lead vocals, Emily Brown and special guest on lead guitar, Darren Rampton.

There was huge competition from top businesses which included Hughes Ellard, TLT, Stephenson Harwood, 1 Inner Temple Lane and Harbottle & Lewis.

The Clover set really got the crowd going with songs including Michael Jackson’s Beat It, Toto’s Hold the Line and the winning song of the night Rainbow – Since You Been Gone. The band also pulled it out the bag with false moustaches for their rendition of Queen – I Want to Break Free and glow sticks for club hit Levels by Avicii. You can visit our YouTube channel here to watch a couple of their performances.
The event was overseen by an independent panel of judges (with links to acts including Siouxsie and the Banshees, Jamie Cullum and Shanks and Bigfoot) who gave X Factor style critique after each performance that Simon Cowell would have been proud of!

30 staff travelled to London to show their support of the band and their presence certainly didn’t go amiss!

Since its launch in 2009 Law Rocks has raised over £215,000 for various charities and Coffin Mew will be awarded prize money to split between the Rose Road Association and Alzheimer’s Society which will give the firm’s fundraising activity a fantastic boost this year.

Clover will go on to take part in the Law Rocks 2014 champion of champions competition with details yet to be announced.

The next stop for the band is the 22 October at Solent Rocks, which is being held at The Brook in Southampton. The band will take on Hughes Ellard, BDO, Blake Morgan and Primmer Olds. Once again Coffin Mew will be raising money for nominated charities Alzheimer’s Society and Rose Road.