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The Sherlocks have shared brand-new anthemic single ‘Death of Me’.

The track arrives ahead of the band’s special 7500-capacity homecoming show at Sheffield’s Don Valley Bowl in June, in celebration of their 10th anniversary.

Discussing the new single vocalist/guitarist Kiaran Crook commented, “This feels like the freshest thing we’ve done in a while in the sense that we know we can write and record rock ‘n’ roll tunes no problem, and don’t get me wrong we love doing that! But this song came about and immediately felt different, almost like it wasn’t crying out for guitars quite as much. We gave the song a minimalistic approach in many ways and I think it ended up sounding like nothing we’ve done before because of that.”

Drummer Brandon Crook added, “This song is a pure sing-a-long anthem, made for the big outdoor gigs and festivals. We feel like we’ve taken another huge leap forward sonically. The whole tune feels youthful and uplifting. Can’t wait to play this one live for everyone!”


For their upcoming headline show at the Don Valley Bowl they will be joined by a strong support line-up including Red Rum Club, The Clause, Apollo Junction and The Lilacs.

Additionally, The Sherlocks touring schedule for 2024 includes a string of festival appearances before they hit the road as special guests on Shed Seven’s 30th anniversary tour.

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