Catfish and the Bottlemen are a fearless young band from Llandudno, Wales, who have managed to strike up a huge fan base this past year. With only a handful of singles between them, the band have gathered huge audiences across the country who would do anything to support them; they’re a success story in the making. …

As June draws to a close Screaming Maldini return once more to bring another offering to our ears and to our hearts. After knowing this band for so long I’m rarely surprised by their endeavours but I’m always impressed; Screaming Maldini strive to create unique and brilliant pop music that everyone can enjoy and it’s …

Do you remember The Heartbreaks? These four boys from Morecambe have been quiet in recent months, performing infrequent shows in London and Manchester but staying under the radar for quite some time. It was not their intention to stay so quiet – their second album was recorded over a year ago but it’s their label …

April has drawn to a close but the journey is just beginning for the bright Sheffield band Screaming Maldini. Since their debut album in February 2013, the band have vowed to gift fans with a new track for every month in 2014, accumulating to a “mysterious finale” in December of this year. The first three months …

With the release of their third album only a day before, Sheffield heroes The Crookes immediately set out on a mammoth 6 week tour intending to showcase Soapbox across the UK and Europe. For the UK length of the trip, The Crookes are joined by High Hazels, another young Sheffield band that show serious promise with …

Over the past few years I’ve been introduced to a lot of bands; I’ve witnessed the release of new singles, the creation of new music videos, and travelled hundreds of miles to see talented musicians play some incredible live sets. In all that time, only a few bands have stuck with me, and The Crookes …

I first saw High Hazels last summer, when they supported Hey Sholay at the EP launch of Cloud, Castle, _____. Since then, I’ve stumbled across this young band at Tramlines and #NotDriving events, and I’ve always been impressed by the boys’ integrity and sincerity. Signing to Heist or Hit Records last summer, this charming young …

Recently named as “Sheffield heroes”, The Crookes have once again proved their status and released a music video to Holy Innocents, the fifth track on the much anticipated Soapbox, the boys’ third studio album. The video was exclusively released yesterday to impatient fans as it was sent directly to their email inboxes. The rest of the …

Marking the midpoint in a 14-date tour, the Little Comets came to Sheffield to show the locals how to party. Catfish and the Bottlemen proved to be a great supporting act, working the crowd until everyone could feel the music in their hearts and in their breath. Wednesday nights are difficult to work with in …