RedFaces are (and always will be) a Post-Britpop/Indie Rock n Roll quartet from Sheffield.
With melodic songs and tight vocal harmonies, backed with an upbeat rhythm, RedFaces have found themselves on at major festivals such as T in the Park and Y-Not Festival.
They have sold out numerous Sheffield venues such as The Leadmill and O2 Academy.
Four working class lads uninspired by today's music charts writing real music. Brought together by a mutual love of British Subculture
Alt-Indie newcomers Young Native released their debut EP on 8 April. This young Southeast London band draw influences from acts such as King Krule, Sticky Fingers and Mac Demarco. They’ve recently performed support slots for Radio 1 playlisted acts such as The Bulletproof Bomb, and festival slots include Avant Garden Festival and this year’s The Great Escape in Brighton
"Bolton songwriter Jordan Allen has been simultaneously blessed and cursed by the label “Manchester’s Answer to Jake Bugg” – but he’s so much better than that. This fierce, feisty debut single has a tough energy that owes far more to The Hives or Arctic Monkeys – and carries off the kind of swagger and attitude that young Jake can only dream of. Sharp lyrics, great attitude and a seemingly unstoppable momentum behind him – what’s not to like?" Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music Introducing.
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