THE VACCINES, RAE MORRIS, THE XCERTS, CABBAGE, NADINE SHAH, IDLES and so many more have been added to LIVE AT LEEDS’ already awesome line-up.
Yeah, yeah. You cool cats can pipe down. KYLIE MINOGUE is awesome and we’re stoked to see that she’s included a Leeds date on her autumn arena tour later this year in support of her new album Golden.
Kendrick Lamar, Kings of Leon, Fall Out Boy, and Panic! At The Disco head to Bramham Park as Leeds Festival 2018 headliners – plus 54 other acts revealed.
Leeds noisemakers FIZZY BLOOD have released a fresh new tune today and it’s pretty bloody awesome. Riffs? Yes. Stacked. Check CFO out here.
Bradford rockers GLASS MOUNTAIN released their awesome new EP Wow And Flutter last Friday and tomorrow, the four-piece kick off their tour in York.
Sheffield band THE SHERLOCKS managed to do a social media win by bumping themselves up the Y NOT FESTIVAL line-up and upset people. Rest of line-up is ace.
Leeds indie popsters MARSICANS went down to the legendary Maida Vale studios in London to record a special BBC Introducing session last week. Watch it now. NOW.
It’s been over five years since St Albans indie-pop trio FRIENDLY FIRES were doing their thing, but they’re back with a handful of shows starting in Leeds.
Bingley rockers MARMOZETS have released their sophomore album, Knowing What You Know Now, today and it’s so freakin’ good. Go buy, stream, whatever.
The long-awaited debut solo album from former Kaiser Chief NICK JD HODGSON drops today, and he’s marking its release with a free intimate Leeds show.
Leeds indie-pop four-piece MARSICANS have just dropped a video for their latest tune Throw Ourselves In – and it’s an absolute blast. Check it out here.
Connecticut post-rock collective THE WORLD IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE AND I AM NO LONGER AFRAID TO DIE return to the UK for a headline tour next spring
Circa Waves, Peace, The Horrors, British Sea Power, a stack of BBC Sounds of 2018 nominees and many more head to Live At Leeds 2018 city festival next May.
SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL reveal the first 6 acts playing the mulit-site punk rock bash next May Bank Holiday including headliners JIMMY EAT WORLD and TAKING BACK SUNDAY.
Yorkshire indie heroes EMBRACE showcase new tunes from their upcoming album, Love Is A Basic Need, with a pretty intimate hit-packed show at York Fibbers.