This Saturday (4 May) Live At Leeds is the place you’ll want to be. If you’re 14 or older, make sure to grab tickets to see a plethora of great acts such as Sundara Karma, Tom Grennan, Metronomy, Sam Fender, Marsicans and Childcare to name a few!

Not only does the Leeds-based festival take place on the Saturday of a May Day bank holiday, but the weather is meant to be great too so you have no excuses to miss out!

Sundara Karma are indie-rockers with poetic lyrics and killer hooks. Their performances are electrifying, so you need to be there. Their hit single Flame has over 17 million hits on Spotify.

Sundara Karma – Flame

Tom Grennan smashed it last year, with his debut album Lighting Matches reaching the UK Top 10 in the UK album chart. He also received a lot of praise for his BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge session, where he covered Ariana Grande’s God Is A Woman.

Tom Grennan – God Is A Woman (BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge Session)

Sam Fender is the act you need to see. He is set to start a UK tour and has single Hypersonic Missiles out now. His voice is powerful and his songs are thought-provoking. He also won the 2019 Brits Critics Choice Award.

Sam Fender – Hypersonic Missiles

Sea Girls are a 4-piece indie-pop band who were nominated for BBC Sound of 2019. Their songs are bangers. What more could you want?

Sea Girls – Open Up Your Head

Talking of bangers, Marsicans have released one or two themselves. They hail from Leeds and produce infectious indie-pop. They have previously supported The Pigeon Detectives and Fickle Friends.

Marsicans – Your Eyes (Live for Vevo DSCVR)

We love a bit of Childcare here at Sync and if you see them perform, you’ll soon see why! Their brand of soft core psych is infectious and their quirky lyrics will get stuck in your head for days.

Childcare – Magazines

Preview by Narzra Ahmed

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