Preview: Live at Leeds 2019 – More Line-Up Picks

Live at Leeds is nearly with us. Here are some more details; a selection of the rising stars performing at this Festival of note:

Sam Fender
• O2 ACADEMY
• ONSTAGE: 6:00PM

All photographs provided by Chuff Media.

The BRITs Critics’ Choice having been awarded to Sam, and the finishing touches being made to his debut album he’s set to appear at Live at Leeds as part of his UK tour.

Hypersonic Missiles‘ here.

Upsahl
• BELGRAVE MUSIC HALL
• ONSTAGE: 2:00PM

UPSAHL has drawn praise from the critics and a strong fan base, with indie pop gems, endearing style and a certain enigma.  Currently supporting Max Frost on his 2019 tour.

 ‘Drugs‘ here. 

Sea Girls 
• FARAH STAGE – Leeds University Union Refectory
• ONSTAGE: 4:45PM

Providing sing-a-long for a whole new generation – write anthems to throw yourselves into and create the soundtrack for life-long memories of a great night out.

Check out ‘Open Up Your Head‘ here.

Giant Rooks
• THE LENDING ROOM
• ONSTAGE: 9:00PM

Hailing from Hamm, Germany and founded just four years ago at the age of 18, these multi-talented, multi-instrumentalists write songs with a rich intensity, creating wild expectations for their debut album.

Check out ‘Wild Stare‘ here. 

KAWALA
• DR MARTENS SECOND STAGE – Brudenell Community Room
• ONSTAGE: 9:30PM

As Leeds students, Jim (vocals) and Dan (acoustic guitar, vocals) got together to create their own songs and sound, born from their love of close vocal harmony and rhythmic finger-style acoustic guitar.

Check out ‘Runaway‘ here.

Mini Mansions
• DR MARTENS SECOND STAGE – Brudenell Community Room
• ONSTAGE: 10:30PM

Described as having idiosyncratic charm, this trio of best friends have embedded their personalities in their forthcoming third album Guy Walks Into a Bar…

Check out ‘GummyBear‘ here.

APRE
• NATION OF SHOPKEEPERS
• ONSTAGE: 8:00PM

One of the UK’s most potent new bands, producing music charged with emotion, ambition and insight into today’s paradoxes and problems.

Check out ‘Gap Year 2008‘ here.

Sophie and The Giants
• BBC INTRODUCING STAGE – Oporto
• ONSTAGE: 3:00PM

Purveyors of innovative, left-leaning pop, fusing individual influences to create something raw and memorable.

Check out ‘Bulldog‘ here.

Ferris & Sylvester
• THE WARDROBE BAR
• ONSTAGE: 12:45PM

With major shows alongside the likes of Jade Bird, George Ezra, Eric Clapton and Robert Plant, Ferris & Sylvester have just completed their first UK tour, capturing the hearts of fans and critics alike.

Check out ‘Sickness’ here.

See the full Live at Leeds line-up and buy tickets here.

 

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