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SWEET LITTLE MACHINE Announce ‘Monsters’ EP

SWEET LITTLE MACHINE Announce ‘Monsters’ EP

Sweet Little Machine

Sweet Little Machine

Sheffield pop punk/emo quartet Sweet Little Machine are proud to announce the release of their new EP Monsters on 6th October 2017.

Commenting on the track, they say: “Monsters is about that darkness that everyone has inside them, but not letting it get you down. As people we all have that dark place in our lives, but it’s about not letting your ‘Monsters’ get the best of you.”

Chosen last year as Fireball’s Hottest Band 2017, the band will be opening every night on the forthcoming ‘Fireball – Fuelling The Fire’ Tour in October 2017 playing alongside Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag and Mad Caddies each night.

Since winning the overall competition last year, the band have been on an incredible journey which has seen them go from local shows to playing sold out gigs across the country on tours with the likes of Don Broco, Me First & The Gimme Gimmes, Patent Pending and Wheatus.

“It was so surreal when we won,” says front man Alex Lantrua-Kissick “We grew up listening to Alex Baker’s Kerrang! Radio show and bands like Less Than Jake, and to have them say that they think you’re actually good is just so cool to hear. It’s impacted us so much – opening up on all of these tours has been a wonderful experience.”

The band will be revealing further music and details of the EP over the coming months.

Monsters is released 6th October 2017

See Sweet Little Machine Live On The ‘Fireball – Fuelling The Fire’ Tour 2017 with: Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag, Mad Caddies

11 OCT – MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
12 OCT – BRISTOL O2 Academy
13 OCT – LEICESTER O2 Academy
15 OCT – LEEDS O2 Academy
16 OCT – LONDON Kentish Town O2 Forum
17 OCT – LONDON Kentish Town O2 Forum
18 OCT – NEWCASTLE O2 Academy
19 OCT – GLASGOW O2 Academy
20 OCT – LIVERPOOL O2 Academy*
21 OCT – SHEFFIELD O2 Academy*

*no Anti-Flag

 

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