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I Am Arrows

I Am Arrows
I Am Arrows on the location for their first video
Background information
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Indie pop
Years active 2009-Present (2009-Present)
Labels Universal
Associated acts Razorlight
We Are Scientists
Members Andy Burrows
Ben Burrows
Adam Chetwood
Ben Chetwood
Nick Hill

I Am Arrows is an indie rock band founded by former Razorlight drummer Andy Burrows in June 2009. Eleven days after he left Razorlight, it was revealed that Burrows had signed to Universal Records – the same record label as his ex-band.[1]


Although Andy wrote and recorded the album by himself, the band includes his younger brother, Ben (bass & backing vocals), brothers Adam and Ben Chetwood (lead guitar & drums), & Nick Hill (guitar & backing vocals)
The band played a summer residency at the Old Blue Last pub in Shoreditch through June and July 2010 and also played the Wickerman festival, along with supporting Muse at Stade De France in Paris and at the Wembley stadium in September.[2][3]
In March 2011 I am arrows supported Editors in a charity gig for Teenage Cancer Trust. I Am Arrows recently confirmed their first full UK tour[4]

Record of the week

I Am Arrows' single "Green Grass" was made BBC Radio 2 record of the week, it was also record of the week for Xfm and BBC 6 music.[5]



Their song "Nice Try" is featured in the movie Friends with Benefits.


External links

  • I AM ARROWS official site
  • I AM ARROWS Facebook page
  • I AM ARROWS Twitter profile
  • I AM ARROWS band Myspace page
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