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West Norfolk band wins top spot in international songwriting competition

A West Norfolk band have been recognised for their songwriting talents after one of their tracks placed first in an international competition.

Flint Moore, who are a five-piece rock/folk band based in Downham, secured the top spot in the rock category of the International Songwriting Competition for their song 'Yellowman Blueheart', which was released on their 'Two Part Sky' EP last year.

The band comprises vocalist and guitarist Francis Pennington, of Downham; drummer Noah Elliot, of Downham; bassist Maddy Holland, of Dersingham; Ryan Reeve, of Downham, on piano/keys; and guitarist Lawrence Dennis, of Lynn.

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