Alt-Indie rockers In Sulks follow up a hugely successful Summer with the release of their debut single ‘Peddlers’
The single will be released N:SEW Records on Friday 24th November across all good digital platforms
With Sheffield having such a rich heritage of original and raw indie music and with expectations set so high over the past 15 years, it’s no surprise that new bands like In Sulks are coming though with such top sounding tracks such as ‘Peddles’. Fred Perry Subculture said:
“One of the tops sounds coming out of Sheffield”
The bands previous track ‘Jenny’ featured on Flick of the Finger’s ‘Soundcheck’ compilation with the likes of other emerging bands Slow Readers Club, Blinders and The LaFontaines. Since forming in October 2016, In Sulks have worked tirelessly to develop and hone a sound that both powerful and frenetic sonically, yet delicate and fragile lyrically. The music, combined with high energy live shows, has seen the fan base in their home town of Sheffield quickly grow, as well as winning friends and plaudits all around the country.
After storming performances at Tramlines, Y-Not, Dot to Dot this summer, as well as support slots with new Radio 1 darlings RedFaces, and headline dates, including a sold out hometown show at Sheffield’s Rocking Chair, the band are now ready to step up a gear and release their debut single to the British public.
In Sulks are Tom Nugent, Arran Phillips, Hazim Farrell and Harris Slater. The journey started at 2Fly studios in Sheffield, recording demos with Alan Smyth, the man behind the Arctic Monkey’s and Reverend and the Makers. Early tracks have been championed by Christian Carlisle at BBC Introducing Sheffield, and led to the band signing a 3 single deal with new Manchester based independent, N:SEW Records.