14+ event • The Bodega upstairs bar

  • Tuesday 31st January 2017
  • Supported by: Ashfields + One Giant Causway
  • Doors open: at 7:00pm

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Fantastic hooks and melodies, a staggering live show and a healthy dose of organised chaos gives you just a glimpse into the world of RedFaces.

A gang of lifelong friends from Sheffield who have immersed themselves in the classics, drawing influence from the 50's, right through to the present day - they are quickly winning fans, friends and plaudits across the UK and are quite rightly becoming one of the most talked about bands in the country.

Following a ground swell of support from the likes of John Kennedy and Jo Good at XFM, Steve Lamacq on BBC6 Music, BBC Introducing locally and Huw Stephens on Radio 1 – RedFaces signed with legendary label RCA in the middle of 2015.

After a hectic touring schedule from Summer 2015 onwards, including Tramlines, Y-Not, Leeds and T In The Park, as well as tour supports with The Strypes and The Courteeners, 2016 has been all about the studio, as the band immerse themselves in the process of writing and recording their debut release.

With live outings being pounced upon by an ever growing fan base, desperate to be part of the adventure, exciting times now lie ahead for this un-ignorable four piece.

In these dying days, as a brutal 2016 drags itself to a welcome end, guitars can seem rarer than hope.

RedFaces are rarer still - a brand new guitar band snapped up by a major label in open defiance of chart stats and marketing departments.

Newly signed to RCA and with a debut single – the incendiary 'Kerosene' – due on February 3, 2017, RedFaces are Harry Lyon, Isaac White, Charlie Yapp and Ryan Laycock. Four lads from Sheffield treading what was once a well-worn path, these days the road less travelled.

The journey started at 2Fly studios in Sheffield, recording demos with Alan Smyth, the man behind the Arctic Monkey's first ventures.

Out of these sessions came the band’s first release 'Katie Come Home' in early 2015 – championed by BBC Introducing it also attracted the attention of the London A&R fraternity. An early gig in Sheffield saw representatives from every major label through the door.

2016 is dead. Long live 2017.
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