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MISFIRES Formed in February 2016, MISFIRES have exploded onto the national music scene with big choruses, attitude and radio ready tunes. Throughout the past year they have released the singles, “Come On Over” and their latest single “Do You Wanna?” which conjoined have over 300,000 streams on Spotify alone.
MISFIRES have featured on major Spotify playlists both National and Worldwide and have also featured on New Music Friday (UK & Holland), as well as being featured on The Indie List, Hot New Bands and Six Strings.
Their music has seen radio play on BBC Introducing In The West, and Radio X and
Spotify have tipped the band as one of the best new British bands of 2017.
In the past year MISFIRES have played SOLD OUT gigs across the UK in cities such as Manchester, Swindon, Birmingham, Reading, Leeds and Sheffield. MISFIRES have also played clubs nights for This Feeling and a SOLD OUT show at Metropolis Studios for CLASH Magazine. MISFIRES have also been heavily backed by Gigslutz.
The start of the 2017 will have seen the MISFIRES support The Sherlocks at SUB89, SWX AND THEKLA and also THE HUNNA at the iconic Manchester Academy 1, The Night Cafe and also COASTS on their upcoming UK tour visiting 22 cities in 26 days.
The Band have also played Y Not Festival and Isle Of Wight Festival this year.
The band continue to impress with their current live shows being dubbed as one of the best young bands about maintaining a "DIY approach thats pretty fucking special" - Gigslutz. Known as the noisey boys MISFIRES aim to blow your head off with huge indie bangers, with those get on your mates shoulders type of choruses. Despite only being together 18months the band have already sold out venues such as The Deaf Institute in Manchester and the FaceBar in Reading.
One of the best live bands around, absolutely 'fantastic' and one of the 'best resurgent guitar bands in the west'
- Sam Bonham - BBC Introducing West
Widely tipped to become the scene’s next biggest Indie thing. Brilliant live their string of tracks has sat comfortably on many of Spotify’s national playlists
Misfires have progressed from playing house parties to shows all over the UK in little over a year, and gaining an army of mad for it fans in the process.