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Local Leeds Band Rock the BBC Introducing stage at Leeds & Reading Festival

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We spoke to local Leeds band Dusk after their performances on the BBC  Introducing Stage at Leeds and Reading Festival. They said they were overjoyed with the turnout and sunny weather at Reading Festival. And expressed they loved playing to both crowds. It was their first time together on stage playing to a festival and what a way to kick things off for this new band who have only been together for less than one year. 

Holly Matthews - Vocals Nathan Francey - Bass Guitar Sarah Hayes - Keys, Backing Vocals Dom Reed - Drums

Holly Matthews - Vocals Nathan Francey - Bass Guitar Sarah Hayes - Keys, Backing Vocals
Dom Reed - Drums

DUSK describe themselves has having a striking combination of dark synthetic sounds and aggressive rhythms led by an emotive female vocal which combines to create awesome tracks. 

Having performed on the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds Festival they are now planning to release their debut single followed by the full EP in October. They take their musical influences from Massive Attack and London Grammar.

The quartet are set for big things in the coming months.

The quartet are set for big things in the coming months.

Their next gig will be on the 16th September 2016 at the Brudenell Games Room in Leeds, they told us they really hope to build on the exposure Leeds and Reading Festival has brought them. They are also hoping to be playing the Festival again next year. 

Check out their Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/wearedusk/

 

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