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  1. s SHEAFS releasing new single "This is not a protest" Sheffield newcomers SHEAFS have seemingly come out of nowhere and took the industry on head first, releasing a couple of songs, including Nobody's Watching and Mind Pollution. SHEAFS are moving away from the frequently mentioned "Arctic Monkeys sound" and going darker and deeper, with the release of Mind Pollution, SHEAFS have shown to have moved away from that sound a lot and found their own, unique sound. The new single "This is not a protest" is moving towards that same side, and will be out for full release in late November, however they have released it on Soundcloud, through Gigwise, and it is looking good. To listen to the new single click here: http://www.gigwise.com/news/110809/sheafs-this-is-not-a-protest-sheffield-band-york-fibbers-leeds-chapel SHEAFS have had a great summer, starting the feeling with headlining Tramlines at the Crystal stage, then moving on to bigger festivals such as YNOT Quarry stage in front of 2000+ people. They have come far in such a short time it makes you wonder where they have to go next, the band started a couple of years ago, playing in places such as Frog and Parrot and Rocking Chair at 100 cap. The band have created their own sound and are on their way to stardom, partnering with This Feeling, gigging all over and now being a part of the ALIVE tour, playing tonight, 5th October in York. Keep an eye out, they're on their way to the top, and fast. Watch the video for Mind Pollution here:
  2. TRASH are playing Leadmill on the 21st October Local(ish) band TRASH are playing at the Leadmill in a few weeks time, following the release of their self titled EP TRASH. The band have had a collection of singles out but this debut EP is breaking grounds in terms of what they can do, selling vinyl's, new shirts, CD's etc across the country and the fanbase is booming for the fresh music. TRASH are a very interactive band, always on twitter and social media, posting things from serious "Businessy" band things to jokes and funny images. This creates a homely feel around the band and helps break the disconnect between the band and the real people. The band are playing Sheffield again after playing Tramlines at Crystal Stage which had a bit of controversy behind it with the venue not allowing in 14+ without an adult. This didn't seem to make much major impact however as the stage was still as full as it was all weekend. Find the TRASH EP and other TRASH merch here: https://www.tr4shb4nd.com/ Or TICKETS here: https://www.tr4shb4nd.com/tickets The gig has support from similar band FUR which have a sound like TRASH, but even lighter, the two bands are a good match and are bound to sell out the Leadmill with second support from Them Sardines. Since TRASH were last at Leadmill supporting October Drift they have grown enough to be able to command the gig, being headliners in their biggest show yet! This date is the middle of an October tour that TRASH are following up by supporting JAWS on tour in November, it seems to have all come together at the end of this year for the band and it can only go up from here. Click here to listen to Migraines, a song from the TRASH EP:
  3. Redfaces playing Plug 14th October Redfaces are finishing their tour for their new single titled "Take it or Leave it" with a hometown gig in Sheffield's venue Plug. The band have recently dropped the new single, to much praise by magazines and the fans, and have toured around England to celebrate. Take it or Leave it is the fourth single Redfaces have put out and the songs are showing improvement of the band's sound. The, hopefully sell out, gig will be happening in Sheffield on the 14th of October, after the plenty of festivals they have taken part in and gone in preparation. Listen to the new single here: The Sheffield band started with a demo of the single Katie Come home which took interests of a lot of big eyes, for example, BBC Introducing which helped them gain an audience. Looking forward to Redfaces' future as a band and what they can do for the music in Sheffield. A ticket link to the Plug show is below, I would recommend coming down and seeing them before they take off even more than they have. The Plug gig is bound to be great with them having filled out their stage at Live at Leeds as well as being a support to DMA's for a few dates, so buy tickets before it's too late! Ticket link: http://leadmill.co.uk/events/redfaces-plug/