plus support from The Hilder and Breeze
Manchester Band Dirty Laces bring hypnotic rhythms, piercing riffs and a natural grasp for melody.
They are comfortable in their own skin and unafraid to take risks. Bolstered by the music they were raised on, Dirty Laces encapsulate the true spirit of rock & roll with their uncompromising song-crafting and passion that oozes in their live performances.
The band have gone from strength to strength selling out multiple shows in their hometown and building a fan-base the old school way, relentlessly shaking venues in the UK with their explosive set.
Invited to support their hero Pete Doherty on more than one occasion, along with sitting comfortably on multiple major festival lineups, the future is definitely bright for Dirty Laces.
Following up on their last single ‘Back on the Line’. Dirty Laces returned to the legendary Parr Street studios to record their latest single ‘You’. Since its release, the psychedelic rock anthem has been praised by BBC Radio 6’s Chris Hawkins, described as a blend of Led Zeppelin and The Verve with a fresh contemporary edge.
With support from The Hilder
The Hilder are an indie rock band from Bridlington, East Yorkshire composed of Matty Jackman, Sam Parsons, Danny Jackman and Regan Grimson.
They were established in 2020 and they have a number of different influences such as Arctic Monkeys, Johnny Marr, Blossoms and Cafish and the Bottlemen. The band have recently released their first 2 singles ‘Lost On You’ and ‘Give It Time’.
It goes without saying that indie rock from the north is hard to measure up to, and it’s something that Hull four piece BREEZE know all too well. Having been turning heads both across their native Yorkshire and beyond, even before last year’s debut single ‘Touch the Sky’. This is thanks in part to their own brand of explosive indie rock, and for the impressive fact the average age of the band is just 17!