Sheffield Scene Round-up

Sheffield music is thriving right now with what must have been one of the biggest weekends of local gigs we have seen in a long time. Venues were packed to the nines with everyone showing support to upcoming local bands, here is a run-down of what’s been going on over the last few days.

Leadmill was absolutely rammed on Saturday with Liberty Ship’s gig selling out well in advance; indie rock bands The Leathernecks and The Reveurs also joined them on the stage for a massive night.

The Riverside
Fox Den celebrated it’s one year anniversary with sets from three acts who’ve worked with the up-and-coming recording studio.
Mike Hughes kicked things off with an acoustic set, followed by synth-led three-piece Glass and rounded off in style by a new-look Every Animal On Earth

Picture House
Blood Sport enteretained the Sensoria crowd with some hypnotic afro-beat/noise rock fusion. Later on, psychotic pop peddlers Faerground Accidents regaled the crowd with their punky Suede-meets-Sheffield sound.

The Washy
The rock n’ roll watering hole played host to young indie bands Seven Hills and Pure Lilac on Saturday and as you can see, the latter had a jolly good time.


Rocking Chair
Everyone got cosy for yet another big night as fans of Ordnance and support act Pilosa gathered at the intimate live venue.

The Harley
While over at The Harley, alternative rock four-piece Julia took to the stage. Check out the vid for their latest track ‘Take or Leave’ below.

And finally, last night local acts Seize the Chair, Hot Soles and Sonik Seeds supported Essex quartet The Bohicas at The Leadmill. Keep an eye out for for our review coming soon!

A bloody good few days for the Sheff music scene then. Make sure to check out any of the above bands you haven’t heard yet and here’s to the future, eh?

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