Indigo Husk @ Oporto, Tuesday 26th June
Indigo Husk are an upcoming and enthusiastic four-piece from London. Their music has been described as a blend of pop punk and garage rock, with psychedelic and grunge influences. Although their debut full-length album is still waiting to arrive, the band has already proven to be a passionate live act. Indigo Husk will be in Leeds this Tuesday to share some of their tunes with an intimate crowd at Oporto on Call Lane.
The Sheepdogs @ Brudenell Social Club, Wednesday 27th June
The Sheepdogs are a modern Canadian rock band with a retro polish. Their guitar driven songs and long-haired aesthetics may bring back memories of the ’70s rock, soul, and blues and will instantly win over rock fans of that era. To top that, The Sheepdogs have recently released their sixth album, which was met with critical acclaim and gained positive feedback from the fans. So, if you’re looking for an evening of true rock & roll, make sure to drop by Brudenell this Wednesday night.
King No-One @ Church, Friday 29th June
This young and mysterious group from York is slowly making the name for themselves as one of the next really exciting guitar bands in England. King No-One are extremely ambitious and capable of writing hooks which will be stuck in your head for days. Their live sets are also said to be pretty impressive, attracting larger crowds with every new show and selling out venues across the UK. King No-One are visiting Church in Leeds this Friday night.
Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley @ O2 Academy, Friday 29th June
Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley is the youngest son of the legendary Bob Marley and a successful musician in his own right, who has been involved with making music since the age of 13. With a career spanning over twenty years, Damian Marley has become one of the most recognizable names in reggae. His live performances are relaxed yet energetic, full of positive energy and ability to energize the whole crowd. It should be a perfect gig for anyone who’s looking for an upbeat night around Leeds this Friday.
Tags: Alicja Rutkowska, damian marley, Gigs of the Week, indigo husk, king no-one, Leeds, live music, live preview, the sheepdogs
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