The Slates are an indie-rock band from Mirfield. They are cheeky, charismatic, youthful and talented. These boys are bracing the indie-rock scene with a cheeky grin. Their first pair of tunes (Try That and Flames and Tunes) have asserted their skills as individual musicians and as a solid band. They are definitely a band to keep an eye on. We look forward to hearing more from them and look forward
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