North-east indie heroes MAXIMO PARK play in Leeds in January to send off keyboard player Lukas Wooller who’s leaving the band next year. It’ll be emosh.
Australian indie trio MIDDLE KIDS land in Leeds and deliver an assured set, packed with punchy riffs and pin-drop tenderness. And we bloody loved it.
Hot on the heels of their Reading and Leeds headline slot news, THE 1975 have shared the video for their latest single Sincerity Is Scary. Check it out here.
FOO FIGHTERS, THE 1975, TWENTY ONE PILOTS and POST MALONE will be headlining Leeds Festival next summer at Brahman Park with BASTILLE, BLOSSOMS, THE DISTILLERS and more.
Slam Dunk Festival adds BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, GLASSJAW, SAVES THE DAY, THE GET UP KIDS, THE MENZINGERS and more to next summer’s line-up. We are a little bit excited about this.
MUMFORD AND SONS have postponed four UK tour dates, citing “unforeseen logistical and technical challenges” – but their Leeds show will still go ahead. Oops.
Following the recent announcement of their All Points East Festival headline appearance, THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS have just revealed details of a 2019 UK tour which kicks off at Leeds Arena in November.
Leeds-based rockers EDITED PEOPLE have released their debut single Feel My Skin, and it’s a solid blast of alt-rock, all driving guitars and soaring vocals.
THE JAPANESE HOUSE reveals details of her debut album, Good At Falling, and a short string of UK shows in November, which includes a return visit to Leeds.
Ahead of their UK tour which kicks off next week, Canadian indie-rockers ARKELLS share a video for Hand Me Downs featuring former tour mate Frank Turner.
Damnation Festival saw off a whisky-induced hangover with a day of metal mayhem at Leeds University Union. Read our review here.
LIVE AT LEEDS reveals the first 55 acts heading to the city next May, including SUNDARA KARMA, METRONOMY and TOM GRENNAN, as well as Leeds’ own MARSICANS.
This year’s DAMNATION FESTIVAL promises to be as brutal as ever with a punch-packing line-up featuring grindcore legends NAPALM DEATH as headliners.
International glitch-pop outfit SUPERORGANISM return to Leeds with a riot of colour and kitsch, punk swagger and playful synth-fuelled melodies.
Canadian rockers ARKELLS are back in Yorkshire after touring with Frank Turner in Spring, as part of their UK headline tour to support new album Rally Cry.