The best live music coming up in Leeds this week, including Skinny Pelembe, Rex Orange County, Household Dogs, Little Comets, Warmduscher and the Live At Leeds 2020 showcase!
We chatted to Dream Wife ahead of their Live At Leeds 2019 set.
We caught up with Pulled Apart By Horses guitarist James Brown before their show at Live At Leeds 2018.
A quick overview of Live At Leeds 2018, coming up on Saturday May 5th!
Live At Leeds is a quintessential example of having the opportunity to see the freshest acts in music take steps towards stardom. So, to get into the spirit, let’s take a look at 6 of the emerging acts you must see at Live At Leeds 2017!
A preview of this year’s live music extravaganza Live At Leeds, plus a Spotify playlist.
by John Tindale and Ollie Rankine Live At Leeds is now in its 10th year, and has already built a strong reputation for itself as being the best inner city festival in the UK. But after creating a certain degree of excitement, the news of headliner Jess Glynne pulling out mere hours before the festival’s start the day hardly begins on a strong note…
by John Tindale & Hannah Binns The annual Live At Leeds indie and pop marathon is due to celebrate its tenth instalment. Named in honour of The Who’s seminal live album of the same name, recorded in the unlikely environment of what is now the Leeds University refectory, for the past decade the city-wide event has dedicated itself to showcasing the best up-and-coming acts in the British music scene and beyond.
by Matthew Langham On the first Bank Holiday Saturday in May, The Student Playlist returned to Live At Leeds for a third year in a row. Having enjoyed vintage years in 2013 and 2014 with acts from all manner of musical disciplines, #LAL2015 seemed a bit thin on the ground in terms of established acts, at first glance at least. The bill was crammed with cutting edge indie artists familiar
by Matthew Langham So it’s nearly upon us – Leeds’ city-wide music festival returns for its 2015 edition on the first May bank holiday (1st-4th May), spread across 23 stages throughout the city. Let’s hope the weather’s nice! In years gone by, Live At Leeds has hosted the likes of Disclosure, George Ezra, The Maccabees, Clean Bandit, Sam Smith, Royal Blood and Catfish & The Bottlemen before they broke it really big.