Formed in 2012, Carnabells are an indie rock ‘n roll 5-piece from an old mining village in the heart of Yorkshire. They release their new single ‘The Belle of the Strutters’ Ball’ next month. The track features oscillating organs, shimmering guitars and charming harmonies, capturing the unmistakable spirit of the jangle-pop era.

The single was recorded at Beat Street Studios in Meanwood/Leeds, engineered by Oliver Sekunda, and produced by Carnabells and Jason Brooks.

Having previously been picked to play both Reading & Leeds festivals, as well as a coveted slot at Glastonbury Festival in 2014, the band head out on tour this April, including a slot at this year’s ‘Live At Leeds’ Festival. They’ll also be joining Reverend and The Makers as support for Ocean Colour Scene at Millennium Square in Leeds on 24th July.

Catch Carnabells live:

15th April – Headrow Leeds w/Marsicans
28th April – Fibbers Yorkshire
29th April – Hang the DJ Club Night/Crowdpleaser Huddersfield
30th April – Live at Leeds Festival
27th May – The Jacaranda Club Liverpool
28th May – BIGMOUTH Club Night The Wardrobe Leeds
24th July – Millennium Square Leeds w/Ocean Colour Scene, Shed Seven, The Bluetones and Reverend and the Makers

Feature image: by Robbie Jay Barratt

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