Rising South Yorkshire stars The Sherlocks go back to school

The Sherlocks with pupils at Wath Comprehensive School. Picture: Glenn Ashley.

The Sherlocks with pupils at Wath Comprehensive School. Picture: Glenn Ashley.

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On a cold overcast day, pupils at one South Yorkshire school got a treat when former pupils The Sherlocks gave them an early morning taster of their music.

With a new single Heart of Gold just released, the band entertained the pupils at Wath Comprehensive School with a few songs which was a break from the normal assembly period.

Frontman Kiaran Crook, brother and drummer Brandon, guitarist Josh Davidson and his brother and bassist Andy have all worked constantly building a growing reputation which now gets them regular airplay on BBC Radio 1 and a growing band of fans in the music business.

The morning set also gave the pupils an idea that dreams can come true and the band can serve as an inspiration to others that you can go and do what you like, in the right sense.

As well as a hall full of pupils, quite a few members of staff crept in, obviously to check on how their former pupils had come on in the short time since leaving school.

All were clearly impressed.

So with Heart of Gold just released, the band are hoping this track will break into the top 40 and give them an even better platform on which to build their growing career and reputation.

The Sherlocks perform at Wath Comprehensive School. Picture: Glenn Ashley.

The Sherlocks perform at Wath Comprehensive School. Picture: Glenn Ashley.