THE NIGHT & DAY SHOWCASE
Breeze are a alternative indie band formed in Manchester in 2018, with energetic choruses and lyrics that are guaranteed to be stuck in your head. With influences from Arctic Monkeys and Catfish and the Bottlemen guaranteed to deliver a great live performance. Breeze are currently in the studio laying down more tracks to follow up on their debut single ‘Happy’ whilst playing venues like Manchester Academy 3 and performing next to brit rock band Toploader at the O2 Academy Islington.
Forgoing on two years Household Dogs have been intricately weaving together elements of Alternative Rock and Americana, breeding their own unique pseudo-country sound.
The Leeds based five-piece use melodies remnant of 50s dustbowl America to create a backdrop onto which lyrics paint stark and honest portraits of their own enigmatic world.
A DIY ethos resonates throughout their work. Written, recorded and mixed in their terraced house basement, Household Dogs assert complete control over their art.
After the success of their second single ‘Is This All’ with BBC Radio 6 airplay and a ’10 out of 10’ review from BBC Radio DJ Tom Robinson The Dogs have taken their ungovernable live performances over the UK supporting the likes of The Blinders, Fizzy Blood, and Giant Rooks before taking to the stage at 2018’s Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Household Dogs are; Declan Newcombe on lead vocals and guitar, Alex Fletcher on guitar, Matthew Fogg on bass and Josh Hagan on drums.
“This is the real deal – No ifs, no buts: Just click “Play” and hear for yourself. A straight 10 out of 10″ Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6/Fresh on the Net
“Cleverly Written, and we haven’t had much like it in the uploader for some time…..We really Love it, it’s so good” Alan Raw, BBC Introducing West Yorkshire
“2018 Ones to Watch” Little Indie Blogs
“Imbued with a country flavour, yet the overlay of shadowy rock allows them to create music which affords a clear distinction in sound from any preconceptions” Emerging Indie Bands
“Household Dogs: A ‘Made In Leeds’ Name for the music future” Yorkshire Evening post