“They just ooze punk energy” – Love It To Death reviews
“Exactly what punk is supposed to do!” – Buddha reviews
“[What] Less Than Jake would’ve sounded like if they’d accessed a bit more NOFX” – Lippy mag
A Yorkshire-based power trio influenced by decades of alternative music and pop culture; they take the catchy, upbeat, melodies of 00s Pop-Punk and combine it with the frantic riffs and screams of Post-Hardcore, into a genre they jokingly call Pop-Corn.
Last year they released their debut EP Smug and Pointless and have recently released their follow-up ‘Mop on a Segway’.
They promote their positive message and ethos – Be true to yourself, don’t be embarrassed to have a good time, everyone is invited to the party.
This Party Sucks
A high energy pop-punk band hailing from Leeds.
Fresh off the release of their debut single “Rock Show”, in a short time, they have played with the likes of “Such Gold”, “Kali Masi”, “In Evil Hour” and “Sonic Boom Six” to name a few. If you enjoy infectious vocal melodies, hard hitting – fast drums and riffs that make you want to bounce, be sure to check these guys out.
The Red Pills
A Leeds based DIY funk, punk n’ roll band. Despite being a self-ridiculing bunch valuing off-the-wall humour, they’re equally at home railing against the injustices of the world.
Their live show ‘has to be seen to be believed’ according to Leeds Music Scene and has been described as ‘refreshingly bonkers’.
Fusing rock, blues and punk with funky rhythms, the Red Pills are about the live show. “Their antics are energetic, entertaining, original and perhaps a little mad.”
Toby is an Anti-folk/ Post-Punk musician from Dewsbury UK, singing about growing up in a deprived Northern town in England and the effects of Drug Abuse and Depression from his teenage years.
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