Light Tide Plus Support Murder at the Seaside and Del Scott Miller
Are a four piece from Yorkshire UK who adore creating music and are influenced by rock and folk music. Founding member Will East, had success as a solo act playing for, and on, BBC Introducing Sheffield and releasing Light Tide’s first album as an instrumental.
Going forward to grow the project he realised that he needed to add more elements to the band. He first met Darren at venue local to Sheffield and with no hesitation decided to get him on-board, soon after Jordan and Sam joined up making it into the four-piece that it is today.
“A band to keep your eyes on in 2018” – BBC INTRODUCING SHEFFIELD
William East – Lead Guitar
Jordan McLean – Drums
Darren Cadwallander – Vocals & Rhythm Guitar
Sam Bennett – Bass & Rhythm Guitar
Murder at the Seaside
Are vocalists Sally Leigh, Heather Cassim and Guitarist Phil Johnson with the more recent addition of Matt on drums giving them a fuller sound.
Between them they decided they wanted to create a mellow yet addictive acoustic sound packed full of harmony goodness. The Sheffield based band take inspiration from narrative songwriting, poppy melodies and mixing old and new sounds together.
Think Doris Day meets The Smiths.
Sally Leigh – Vocals, Synth
Heather Cassim – Vocals
Phil Johnson – Guitar
Matt Sowerby – Drums
Del Scott Miller
Is a guitarist, songwriter, poet and writer from Barnsley, South Yorkshire. A mainstay of political events and fundraisers, he has most recently shared a stage with socialist poet laureate Matt Abbott and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell.
Since leaving his band of 10 years in 2014 he has written and recorded four albums (with a fifth due next spring) and supported, among others, The Stranglers’ frontman Baz Warne, The Subways’ Billy Lunn, The Levellers’ Dan Donnelly, the UK’s current blues guitar hero Ben Poole and folk guitar virtuoso Martin Simpson, often cited as one of the world’s finest acoustic players. In 2012 he played in the final of Open Mic UK at the O2 Arena in London.
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