The Sherlocks announce 2023 headline tour and they are rocking this way

The Sherlocks Alex Procter, Kiaran Crook, Brandon Crook and Trent JacksonThe Sherlocks Alex Procter, Kiaran Crook, Brandon Crook and Trent Jackson
The Sherlocks Alex Procter, Kiaran Crook, Brandon Crook and Trent Jackson
INDIE chart stars The Sherlocks – fresh from touring UK arenas with Kaiser Chiefs – have announced their own 2023 national headline tour.

And they are heading this way.

Frontman Kiaran Crook, his brother and drummer Brandon, lead guitarist Alex Proctor and bassist Trent Jackson, will play 12 dates next October and November, including a home gig at O2 Academy Sheffield.

The four-piece, originally formed in Bolton upon Dearne in South Yorkshire, will also play Bristol, Birmingham, Norwich, Glasgow, Newcastle, Nottingham, Islington, Southampton, Brighton, Liverpool and Manchester. All dates and details below.

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The Sherlocks has their latest chart success in January with their third top ten album, World I Understand, recorded at Rockfield Studios with Manic Street Preachers producer Dave Eringa, and spurning killer singles Falling, Wake Up and Sorry.

They have been back in the studio with Bring Me The Horizon producer Al Groves working on their next record, as well as making their debut on the main stages at Reading and Leeds festival, touring Germany and selling out the 1,500 capacity Ritz in Manchester in September.

Having climbed every step of the touring ladder, from playing intimate venues to arenas, The Sherlocks are known for electrifying gigs packed full of hit singles such as Live for The Moment, Magic Man, Will You Be There? and Chasing Shadows.

Kiaran explained: “When you step into one of our shows, you know you have come to see a proper rock and roll band. Everything we do is live. There are no backing tracks, distractions, or gimmicks.”

Brandon said: “The exciting thing for us is that something different happens every night on tour. That is what people remember from a totally live performance. The bands we look up to would not dream of doing anything else and we are the same.”

He added: “The Sherlocks started more than 10 years ago, but the best thing for this band is that it feels like we are only just getting started.”

The Sherlocks 2023 tour

The Sherlocks 2023 tour datesThe Sherlocks 2023 tour dates
The Sherlocks 2023 tour dates

Thursday 5 October - Bristol O2 Academy

Friday 6 October - Birmingham O2 Institute

Saturday 7 October - Norwich Waterfront

Thursday 12 October - Glasgow St Luke’s

Friday 13 October - Newcastle University

Saturday 14 October - Nottingham Rock City

Thursday 19 October - Islington Assembly Hall

Friday 20 October - Southampton Engine Rooms

Saturday 21 October - Brighton Concorde 2

Thursday 26 October - Liverpool O2 Academy

Friday 27 October - Manchester Academy

Saturday 4 November - Sheffield O2 Academy


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