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October 16 | 19:30£6
We have many procedures in place to keep everyone safe. Please make sure to follow our guidelines and be respectful. Please read our COVID house rules before visiting the venue > https://leadmill.co.uk/2020/09/16/the-leadmills-covid-guidance-and-rules/
Due to social distancing restrictions:
– Tickets are extremely limited, make sure to get yours as soon as possible to guarantee your spot!
– Advanced tickets only: Seats up to 4 people maximum.
– Guests will be required to wear a mask when they are entering and leaving the venue as well as when moving throughout the venue. Masks are not required when seated.
– This show will be seated service only, please move throughout the venue as little as possible.
– Your details may be given to the government’s track and trace program.
– If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 please stay at home and do not visit the venue.
For more information please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also support the venue through donations and merchandise here >> https://leadmill.co.uk/shop/
Thank you so much for your support during this difficult time.
We cannot wait to see you again soon, The Leadmill
The Wired are an industrial indie pop four piece from the Steel City.
‘Stay Here’ received airtime and support from Radio 1 and Huw Stephens as well as being playlisted on Radio X for consecutive weeks and played by Gordon Smart on his evening show and John Kennedy’s show likewise.
‘Better Man’ has received plays across Amazing Radio & BBC Radio Wales.
Previously the band have played festivals such as Leeds Festival, Sound City, Great Escape and Tramlines.
Over the summer of 2019, the boys played main stage slots at Tramlines & Y Not Festivals.
The band have recently released their first new single of 2020, ‘Friends’ – produced and recorded with the Ivor Novello nominated Tim Laws.
“Championed by Christian Carlisle who presents BBC Intro in Sheffield” – Huw Stephens, Radio 1
“A cracking John Kennedy recommendation” – Gordon Smart, Radio X
Despite months apart due to the Coronavirus lockdown, the band are back and raring to go with a handful of new tracks.
We’re delighted to announce our first socially distanced live gig! Join us for our first show since March!
We have many procedures in place to keep everyone safe. Please make sure to follow our guidelines and be respectful.