Jupiter Falls "Surely this band are
“Surely this band are destined for big things. Exciting Times” – Get Ready To Rock
“The finest underground band in the uk?” – Maximum Volume Music
“Jupiter falls have the whole package” – Heavy Paradise
Formed in June 2013, Jupiter Falls are a five piece heavy rock band based in Leeds, West Yorkshire.
The band, formed by Jay Osborne and Dean Silk, have played all over Europe and the UK having supported bands and artists such as Jake E Lee (Ozzy Ozbourne, Red Dragon Cartel), British Lion (Steve Harris from Iron Maiden solo project), Puddle Of Mudd and many others.
A balls to the wall, ground shaking four piece band. With an augmented blend of UK Heavy Metal and US Southern rock.
“The highlight of the night. With big smiles on their faces, the quartet mix classic hard rock with a dose of humour to turn the dance floor into a big sweaty party. Hugely entertaining to watch, it comes as a surprise to find that the Saints are still in the early stages of their career.” – Total Ntertainment
“This band was electrifying, energetic and full on. Great to see a local band with great musicianship and stage presence. Every member played their part. The band tent was alive and humming for the short hour Deadlock Saints performed. These guys should be going big and the sooner the better.” – Christopher Fahy
“This fun loving four-piece produce phenomenally original music that successfully rejuvenates the grunge rock era. Clearly inspired by the sound of the likes of The Who, Black Sabbath and other renowned rockers” – Denim + Leather magazine
A grunge rock band from Leeds with enough 90’s influence to fill a blockbuster whilst still keeping it fresh.
“Residing in the heavier end of the rock ‘n’ roll spectrum. A heady mix of Kyuss and Mudhoney. Grungy, stoner rock goodness flows from the speakers.” – RPM
A three-piece rock band from Leeds, UK. Ollie Wilson (lead vocals and guitars), Eddie Dawson (bass), and Charlie Lord (drums) met at school and have been playing together in some guise since 15.
Honeycub marks a move to darker, more riff-driven songs, exemplified by “smashing” DIY debut You Are Nothing. Work now continues as the band prepares a slew of new songs for 2019 and beyond.
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