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.
After a decade since KAISER CHIEFS first played at Elland Road, they’re returning to the home of Leeds United to help celebrate 100 years of The Whites.
It seems like ages since we saw them live, but THE 1975 have announced a huge UK arena tour for early next year, as well as pre-sale ticket details.
Ahead of a massive US tour, Bristol punks IDLES have announced a special show in Leeds to celebrate the release of Joy As An Act Of Resistance.
Leeds Festival once again brings together an eclectic mix of rising stars and big-hitters, and we’ve picked some choice acts we think you should check out.
Leeds grunge-rockers BROODERS are back with a thunderous new tune after tearing up Humber Street Sesh in Hull last weekend.
YOU ME AT SIX bring their debut album Take Off Your Colours ‘home’ as they add extra anniversary dates including O2 Academy Leeds show to their autumn tour.
Arkansas doom metal outfit PALLBEARER blend subterranean, churning guitars andd abrasive vocals with melody and might as they return to Leeds for spellbinding show.
SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL hits Leeds this May Bank Holiday weekend and we’re SO ready for it. Here are seven ace bands you really don’t want to miss. Check ’em out.
Check out the cool vibes of LELO’s latest single I Looked At The Sun – a delicate summer anthem featuring Leeds pals Marsicans on backing vocal duties.
With 12 hours of live music, over 200 bands playing on 24 stages around the city, LIVE AT LEEDS gets the festival season off to a flying start. Read our review here.
Arizona emo lords JIMMY EAT WORLD have quietly released Love Never and half heart today and they’re ace. Can’t wait to hear them at Slam Dunk Leeds.