♻️ sad boys (all i wanna do) – tr4sh â™»ï¸

Music

i saw Trash first in 2015 as a support act. and whilst it wasn’t the best venue (JD’s lounge is now closed btw) to see a band as good as them, it was still pretty amazing. good enough for me to spend the little money i had on the Urban Glow EP (bargain for a fiver, best song is Drift). obviously i was a little sad when they split up last December, BUTTT, their final final show will see them perform on Leadmill’s main stage in February 2019, and it’ll be the best thing ever —— a show for all the sad boys and girls out there.

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🌸 blossoms 🌸

Photography
images: blossoms @ o2 acad sheffield: 2018, sahar

Dream Wife bring power-punk to their support slot at the O2 Academy.

Gig Reviews/ Interviews
image: Dream Wife, Joanna Kiely

The glam grunge trio won over The Vaccines crowd with a short but meaningful selection of compelling tracks.

The Vellas rock Café Totem as they kick start their journey in a new direction

Gig Reviews/ Interviews
image: The Vellas, Stephen Harrison

Sheffield’s Indie four piece, The Vellas, comprised of Daniel Harbey (Vocals and Guitar), Ethan Grzesiek (Bass), Jack Motley (Guitar), and now Chris Hardy (Drums), [previously Alex Wood] have a sound similar to iconic bands such as Joy Division and The Strokes.