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Just like the river they are named after, SHEAFS emerged from the seven hills of Sheffield in 2016 and have quickly become one of the countries most fiercely talked about new acts. Epitomising the most galvanic aspects of the garage rock revival, the bands blend of indisputably contagious energy with striking melody and lyricism has turned heads and moved bodies in venues all across the UK and Europe - SHEAFS are a band that you cannot ignore.
Bursting into public perception with debut singles “Mind Pollution” and “This Is Not a Protest”, the band were championed by BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 Music and Radio X among many others, leading to a string of major festival appearances including YNOT Festival, Reading Festival, Isle of Wight Festival and Tramlines. They have embarked on two headline tours, which saw them sell out venues such as Sheffield’s O2 Academy 2 and Nottingham’s Rock City, something of note for a band this size.
Having toured with the likes of Greta Van Fleet, The Amazons and The Coral, the band have forged an acclaimed live status that brings chaos, sweat and joy to every venue that they set foot in.
Their next single, “Get Used To It”, which will release on 12th April, is a anthemic stab at the monotony of the norm, calling to arms those who wish to oppose it.
“Riding the wave of guitar bands outta Sheffield”, Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 Music
"Great quality new guitar band, there's a proper edge about that”, Chris Hawkins, BBC 6 Music
"Who says guitar music is dead? I think that proves that's not the case", John Kennedy, Radio X
“This track is bombastic, it’s colourful, it has a sexy groove Their take on indie-rock is ferocious and exciting”, RGM Press
“Boasts a intriguing structure that brings ripping hard, anthemic choruses and a wicked, psychedelic breakdown” - Music Ninja
“There’s real energy about it, live they’re amazing”, Nick Knowles, BBC 6 Music Round Table
"Huge energy, wonderful sneering vocal and perfect radio length", Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music
“Youthful swagger, it’s all there, the hallmarks of an up and coming band, they remind me of Blossoms,” Rick Witter, BBC 6 Music