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!
Former Gallows frontman Frank Carter and his current band The Rattlesnakes descended upon Leeds.
A preview of this year’s live music extravaganza Live At Leeds, plus a Spotify playlist.
by Ed Biggs Once described by Q magazine as “the biggest cult band in the UK”, there’s something comfortingly authentic about The Cribs’ career trajectory over the 15 years since their formation. Jobbing it round the nation’s toilet circuits year after year and building up their fanbase with records that improved as time went on, the Jarman brothers’ path to critical and commercial success is an increasingly rare one in 2016,
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.