Sean Riley named his debut album “Farewell”. An auspicious beginning that revealed to perfection the intentions of a group of friends that gathered to make
music and enjoy themselves. But the simplicity and hedonism that formed the basis
of "Farewell" were betrayed by a set of 11 wonderfully beautiful songs that
projected Sean Riley & the Slowriders onto the main stages of Portugal, authors of
one the best debuts in the history of Portuguese recorded music. The media
attention raised the stakes for the follow-up album, "Only Time Will Tell".
“Only Time Will Tell” presented a second collection of 12 songs by Sean Riley, selected from the innumerable song ideas presented to the Slowriders during preproduction.
“Houses and Wifes”, “This Woman” and “Hold on” were some of the tracks played live during the extensive national tour, which included an appearance at festivals, Portuguese cities as well as dates in the UK, Spain and the Netherlands, where the band performed at Eurosonic 2011.
Back home, the band wasted no time heading back into the studio to record their
third abum, “It's been a long night”
In 2016, the band is back with a self titled new album.
- Afonso Rodrigues
- Bruno Pedro Simões
- Filipe Costa
- Filipe Rocha