After storming performances at Community Festival, and support slots with DMA’S Sheffield’s RedFaces announce a headline UK tour.

It’s already been a jam-packed year for the band, from playing a sold out set at Live at Leeds last month, to sponsoring the kit for their local football team Ecclesall Rangers, RedFaces are showing no signs of slowing down. Latest single ‘Wise Up’, the follow up to last year’s incendiary debut ‘Kerosene’ is currently setting playlists alight across the board.

RedFaces are Harry Lyon, Isaac White, Charlie Yapp and Ryan Laycock. Four lads from Sheffield treading what was once a well-worn path, these days the road less travelled. The journey started at 2Fly studios in Sheffield, recording demos with Alan Smyth, the man behind the Arctic Monkey‘s first ventures. Out of these sessions came the band’s first release ‘Katie Come Home’ in early 2015 – championed by BBC Introducing it also attracted the attention of the London A&R fraternity, eventually signing with RCA last year.

RedFaces Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Wise Up’ below:

Plus support from THE MOJO FILTERS

Formed from the ashes of their previous stint gigging, Mitchell Hinkley, Jack Mansell, Callum Dennehy and Joe Dempster decided in late 2015 it was time to start a new band with edge, soul and power. Thus The Mojo Filters was born.

Whilst the energy and soul was already flowing they decided it was missing something that missing piece was Sam Cartwright. The sound of The Mojo Filters is inspired by music from the 50s, 60s and 70s with an edge, their aim is to keep rock and mojo alive.

The Mojo Filters Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Take Me Higher’ below:

Plus support from THE REGULARS

After repeat airtime with local BBC stations, support shows with the likes of Little Comets, Airways and Otherkin, The Regulars return to Birmingham, where you can expect a sneak preview of their two new singles. Known for their exciting live shows, with catchy, upbeat, indie rock ‘n’ roll tunes, have received excellent reviews from local press and radio, for both their on-stage performances and their singles.

“Absolutely brilliant” – BBC Introducing Shropshire
“Full of vim and swagger” – BrumLive

The Regulars Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Eyes’ below: