A four piece Rock n Roll band from Leicester made up by Ryan Dunn (Vocals/Guitar), Ben Gooch (Guitar), Richard Sorbi (Bass) and Danny Wright (Drums). 

I’ve been lucky enough to see these guys live before when the supported Jersey Budd at his gig at the 02 Academy back in February. Before I went to see them support Jersey Budd I heard some good things about them and from what I had heard I knew I would like them. As soon as I heard they were doing their own headline gig at the 02 Academy I had to make sure I went.

Kicking off with a new track called ‘Menace’ it didn’t take long for the crowd to start to sing along and go mental, it maybe a new track but it’s already going down well with the crowd and shows off the bands talent.

As well as some new tracks such as ‘Young Blood’ and ‘Diamond High’ they played ‘Finger On The Trigger’ and ‘Freight Train’ which is one of my favourite tracks of theirs. Where they really shined is with their track ‘Puppets & Parasites’ with its guitar riffs, vocals and upbeat delivery to me this track stands out from the others.

They finished the gig with another new track ‘Where Nothing Ever Happens’ which I have to say has become one of my favourites. It got the crowd singing along and going crazy and in my eyes was the best song to end the gig with. It really showed the bands talent for song writing and performing and in my eyes they really shined with this song.

They get better every time I see them live, they know how to get a crowd going and have a knack for song writing. They have a candid stage presence that can’t help but make you listen to them and dance along, every time I looked around at the crowd people were dancing or just tapping along, no one in the crowd was stood still and to me that shows it’s a good gig. What’s instantly obvious when seeing these guys live is their talent and endless energy.

Like before they left a good impression on my friends, one of them had never seen the band live before but came out of the gig loving what she had heard. Safe to say she is now a fan. They are a promising band and are great live, they are making waves in Leicester music scene which is much needed.

You need to see them live for yourselves to understand what I mean by when I say they are amazing live and have talent and lot of it.

By Siân Parker