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Diss record shop owner, Will Porteous of Wildflower Records in Church Street, brings out first single





A Diss record shop owner has brought out his first solo single.

Will Porteous, of Wildflower Records in Church Street, has released indie rock track, Heart of the Nation, on SoundCloud.

The 39-year-old multi-instrumentalist recorded it and another yet to be released track at Norwich’s Plug Studios.

William Porteous, owner of Wildflower Records, is bringing out his first song after having a 10-year hiatus from playing. Picture: Mark Bullimore
William Porteous, owner of Wildflower Records, is bringing out his first song after having a 10-year hiatus from playing. Picture: Mark Bullimore

About the track, which is under his project name of Pharmacists, Will said: “I am really excited, after taking a 10-year break from music to concentrate on family, podcasting, the shop and my book I just thought let’s do it.”

The song has had airtime on Amy Lamé’s BBC Radio Six Music show and on Amazing Radio, with Will also got advice on it from his friend Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s guitarist Peter Hayes.

He added: “The support has been insane and I cannot thank everyone enough.”

Heart of the Nation can be listened to on SoundCloud and the Pharmacistsband Instagram page.



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