Born and bred in Leeds, electronic pop four-piece Victors are a fairly recent addition to the music scene. The band formed only three years ago and after the success of previous EP releases Holding On and Turn Out The Lights, the quartet are back – ready to take over our eardrums once again.
Following the release of their fifth studio album Cold Like War in October last year, We Came as Romans have been back at it with a headline UK tour bringing with them bands from across the globe — Alazka, Polaris and The Plot In You.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra with support from Makeness.
This band is not only At The Gates, but they have also broken through the portcullis and have laid waste to the castle if this new album is anything to go by.
Ahead of the final show on their UK tour last month at Nottingham’s Rock City Basement, we caught up with Casey vocalist Tom Weaver to chat about new record Where I Go When I Am Sleeping and what the band have in store for the future.
I first heard of Movements earlier this year when a tour announcement piqued my curiosity and so I gave a quick listen to their first full-length album Feel Something, released on Fearless Records at the end of last year.
One of the UK’s most successful small festivals, Live at Leeds is the perfect opportunity to catch sets from more established bands as well as discover new artists. This year’s line-up was bigger than ever, and with the sun blaring down on the city for the whole day it proved to be an excellent start to 2018’s festival season.
Fans of Birmingham indie rockers Peace have been waiting patiently (or not so patiently) for some time in anticipation for the band’s third studio album.
On tour right now in support of her album Church of Scars, Bishop Briggs made her way to Sacramento for a sold-out show.
Live at Leeds takes place this weekend in venues across the city, and we’ve put together the ultimate playlist so you can get to know each and every artist ahead of the day.
To write one album in which all the songs sound the same is quite a feat, to do said task twice is quite impressive.
Currently in the midst of a handful of tour dates, Joyce Manor brought their high-energy show to Holy Diver in Sacramento.
Following the recent release of Where I Go When I Am Sleeping, Casey set out for their first headline tour over Europe and the UK.
Django Django played The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles with support from Tank and the Bangas, and The Seshen.
Slam Dunk Festival is almost upon us, and we’ve put together the ultimate playlist to get you in the mood!