The Sherlock release new single Heart Of Gold and updated tour dates

Posted on 29 September 2015
By Khyle Deen
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Four-piece rockers, The Sherlocks, were formed in Sheffield when brothers Josh (guitar) and Andy (bass) Davidson moved in next door to brothers Kiaran (vocals/guitar) and Brandon (drums) Crook’s grandparents. Bonding over their love of football and music, the two pairs of brothers were inspired by their favourite artists including Arctic Monkeys, The Beatles, Libertines, Oasis and The Jam.

This led to several jamming sessions in late 2010, where they crafted their trademark sound and The Sherlocks were born.

Their debut single ‘Live for the Moment’ peaked at number 91 in Official UK Singles Chart and the second Single, ‘Escapade’, at number 45. They have sold out over 300 venues nationwide – the O2 Academy and Manchester Academy being two of them.

They played Isle of Wight festival this year and were asked to perform again due to a great performance. Having supported bands like Simple Minds, Reverend & The Makers, The Buzzcocks and The Enemy – this band has plenty more gigs still in front of them this year.

“Hard work is what we are all about” says Brandon “we love playing live, we will play anywhere we can. We just want to get our music out there and see the reaction of the fans”.

It has been, and will be, a very exciting 2015 for these guys as they are both supporting and headlining shows. They will be hitting the stage once more with JAMES and The Enemy, debut with The Twang, CAST and The Beat and they also have several UK dates as Starsailor’s supporting acts in October.

A bunch of well-established festivals are also on the schedule for The Sherlocks; Reading, Bingley, Strawberry Fields and Leeds are just a few to be mentioned.

‘Heart Of Gold’ produced Gavin Monaghan packs a powerful indie punch, with a nod to
the bands inspirations. It is a catchy sing a long track reminiscent of young love and the
decline of a relationship. The new single shows that this dynamic bunch of musicians
have come so far and there is no sign of them slowing down.



8th AUG – Strawberry Fields – Main Stage – 10:30pm
20th AUG – Villa Marina, Douglas. Isle of Man (Supporting JAMES)
21st AUG – Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal (Supporting CAST)
22nd AUG – Hardwick Live
28th AUG – Leeds Festival – Festival Republic stage
30th AUG – Reading Festival – Festival Republic stage
7th OCT – University Union, Leeds – (Supporting Starsailor)
8th OCT – Wulfrun Hall – Wolverhampton – (Supporting Starsailor)
9th OCT – Roadmender – Northampton – (Supporting Starsailor)
11th OCT – Waterfront, Norwich (Supporting Starsailor)
6th NOV – 53 Degrees, Preston (Supporting CAST)
8th NOV – The Duchess, York (Supporting CAST)
13th NOV – Manchester Ritz (Supporting Reverend & The Makers)
25th NOV – Newcastle Riverside (Supporting Reverend & The Makers)
3rd DEC – Nottingham Rock City (Supporting Reverend & The Makers)

**stage times are yet TBC**


14th AUG – The Rainbow – Birmingham
15th AUG – The Maze – Nottingham
2nd OCT – KU Bar – Stockton- on-Tees
15th OCT – Sneaky Petes – Edinburgh
17th OCT – The Tunnels – Aberdeen
24th OCT – O2 Academy – Leicester
29th OCT – Railway Inn – Winchester
16th OCT – Broadcast – Glasgow
23rd OCT – The Hub – Plymouth