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The Sheratons release ‘Part Of A Picture’

Their first release, ‘Better Days’ (Oct 2017), was a great introduction to the band which demonstrated accomplished songwriting, wrapped up in a melodic 60’s guitar-driven sound that would have sat proudly amongst the big bands of 90s BritPop.

The Newest addition to their catalogue “Part of a Picture” hailed as an instant festival classic, brings out wrapped up nostalgia you never knew you had. This single comes hot off the press with once again the respected Sugar House Productions, known for working with bands such as Viola Beach and Glass Caves just to name a few. The new single has already been picked up and broadcasted by both Alan Raw and Jericho Keys of BBC Introducing. The bands now third single takes on a more mature sound than the latter but nonetheless just as powerful.

Their first release, ‘Better Days’ (Oct 2017), was a great introduction to the band which demonstrated accomplished songwriting, wrapped up in a melodic 60’s guitar-driven sound that would have sat proudly amongst the big bands of 90s BritPop.

The band is fronted by singer and lead guitarist Kane Bulleyment who’s voice “sounds like it belongs to someone 10 years older and two feet taller”. With Caty Labbett playing bass, Finley Ryan on guitar and the secret weapon powering the band, Emma Liu on drums. Since their formation they have caught the ears of BBC 6 DJ Steve Lamacq and BBC Introducing DJ Alan Raw.

The Sheratons are an Indie Rock band from Leeds, UK, who are set to release their latest single, Part of a Picture on Friday the 26th Of April, to celebrate the release they are playing a launch gig at 360 Club, Leeds, the same night.

The follow up single `These Kids’ (Aug 2018) takes the same theme and influences but presents it in a more edgy, visceral way. This being the bands first Recording with the acclaimed product Sugar House Productions. Powerful bass lines drive the song forward, with a more “in your face” feel than your typical verse chorus verse chorus shoutalong. This did not go unnoticed with the track being picked up by Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 and Alan Raw from BBC Introducing.

With an average age of only 19 they are still honing their craft but the young musicians are already being championed by BBC Radio 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq and have had a live session aired for BBC Radio Leeds.