Thank you, Sheffield.

Last Saturday was something else. Three years ago when we played our first gig we just wanted to take this band and run with it. We’ve ran with it, fallen, got back up and ran some more.

We were chuffed that our EP went down so well last year after taking our time putting one out. But the feeling of walking out to a sold out Leadmill in front of 900 people is indescribable.

Thank yous can’t be expressed enough to Ben at the Leadmill for making it happen, all the staff, sound and crew too. Then our man Jimmy, who was there first minute until last. Our guests Pat on drums (from Black Mamba Fever) and Lydia on keyboards (from The Seamonsters). The Wired were a big part of it too and it’s been nice to see them grow with us over the last year. Then Franko Fraize who started the evening with a big. Not forgetting the wonderful Holmes’/Sheffield Sound on the decks. But of course, thanks to everyone that came down.

There’s going to be some footage knocking around soon as well as various interviews, features and plenty of pictures. Below are a few favourites from the gig!

For us we are pretty quiet now. We’ve one show in Manchester at The Live Room on Friday 22nd April, Mosborough Festival with Reverend & The Makes in June (ticket link coming soon to our shop) and we’ve got a special Tramlines announcement to come – that’s always our favourite festival.

There’s a new single on the way, plus more new material that’s better than ever. Put it this way, 2016 will be interesting…