the sherlocks

The Sherlocks have shared new single ‘Don’t Let It Out’, taken from their upcoming album ‘People Like Me & You’, due out on 11 August 2023.

The track was written by vocalist Kiaran Crook and was produced by Al Groves (Bring Me The Horizon, The Reytons).

Kiaran commented, “‘Don’t Let It Out’ is an all-out anthem of a record! A throwback to the days of a simple three chord banger. No messing around, just a chorus that everyone can scream from the top of their lungs in a sweaty room. Fans should look forward to this tune, definitely one that will be on the setlist for years to come. MONSTER.”

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‘Don’t Let It Out’ along with previously released tracks ‘Sirens’ and ‘No Retreat, No Surrender’ show the versatility of the band’s new full-length. All three songs are available as instant downloads for fans who pre-order the album HERE.

Completed by Alex Procter (guitar) and Trent Jackson (bass), The Sherlocks recently announced details of their biggest UK headline tour to date this autumn.

With an already stellar reputation as a live band, the indie rockers have previously sold-out Manchester’s O2 Ritz and London’s Electric Ballroom. They have also performed at arenas as guests to Liam Gallagher, Kings of Leon and Kaiser Chiefs, as well as appeared on the main stage at Reading and Leeds.

The Sherlocks 2023 UK Tour Dates:

Huddersfield The Parish, 09 April
Bristol O2 Academy, 05 Oct
Birmingham O2 Institute, 06
Norwich Waterfront, 07
Glasgow St Luke’s, 12
Newcastle University, 13
Nottingham Rock City, 14
London Islington Assembly Hall, 19
Southampton Engine Room, 20
Brighton Concorde 2, 21
Liverpool O2 Academy, 26
Manchester Academy, 27
Sheffield O2 Academy, 04 Nov

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