Gentlemen of Few: at Settle Victoria Hall on 12 April

Indie/pop rock band Gentlemen of Few will perform at Settle’s Victoria Hall on 12 April. Yes, Settle’s a fair way off Leeds, but we allow ourselves some exceptions from time to time.

The band has been performing with their signature raw passion and intense energy for dedicated fans across the UK for the past twelve years. The Royal Albert Hall, the O2 Academy 2’s in Islington, Birmingham, Oxford and Sheffield, the Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone and The Forum, Tunbridge Wells are just a few of the venues Gentlemen of Few have played. Festivals have included the Tiree Music Festival, Secret Garden Party, Boomtown Fair and Greenbelt.

Band members Elliott Norris, Reece Forward, Jarrod Piner, Oscar Lloyd and Ollie and Fin Roe cite their influences – ELO, Flyte, The Vaccines and Arctic Monkeys.

Gentlemen of Few play an eclectic blend of indie/pop rock, fusing skilful vocal harmonies from their folk genre beginnings with 80’s guitar and synth sounds to create pop-rock songs that are truly unique. This translates to a live performance of raw passion and intense energy “hardly to be believed” – Chris Evans, TFI Friday.

“Fusing………….. youthful English vigour, impeccable harmonies and song craft way beyond their years. Mighty impressive.” Smugglers Records

“Incredible live sound” – BBC Radio Kent

You can buy your tickets here.

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