Sheffield’s Sherlocks back with new single

The Sherlocks are, from left, Josh Davidson, Kiaran Crook, Brandon Crook and Andy Davidson.
The Sherlocks are, from left, Josh Davidson, Kiaran Crook, Brandon Crook and Andy Davidson.

Fresh from a sell-out South Yorkshire show, Bolton upon Dearne band of brothers The Sherlocks are back with a new single and more live dates.

The quartet – frontman Kiaran Crook, his brother Brandon on drums, guitarist Josh Davidson and his brother Andy on bass – have just finished their biggest headline tour of 35 dates, which included a sell-out show at The Foundry in Sheffield.

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And now the Sheffield-based band have announced more live performances to coincide with the release of their new single Was It Really Worth It? today, Friday March 17.

The band have secured a support slot at Australian rockers DMA’s sold-out Brixton show, as well as five dates with indie-hip hop artist Rat Boy, who was nominated as best new act by both the BBC Sound of 2016 and MTV Brand New last year.

And the band were “super excited” last week to announce they will also be performing at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester in June, supporting former The Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft.

The shows come on top of a string of festival dates The Sherlocks have lined up for the summer, including Liverpool Sound City, Isle of Wight Festival and Leeds and Reading Festivals.

For more, see www.thesherlocksmusic.co.uk

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