Image: The Subways
Former teenage prodigies who wowed Glastonbury in their youth after winning the unsigned band competition, The Subways are taking off on a UK tour this Autumn.
The tour which starts in London on Tuesday 24th September before coming to a close in Oxford on Friday 31st October comes 10 years after the band were picked up by Glastonbury's Michael Evis to play the festival, beating thousands of rival bands to the slot.
They are compromised of brothers Morgan and Lunn alongside bassist Charlotte, who all had rock instilled in them from an early age by way of their parents . This would later lead to the formation of the band, united by their shared interests in music.
After their debut long player Young For Eternity ramped up hype for the band, they repaid their fans with two following albums before most recently airing their newest production 'My Heart Is Pumping To A Brand New Beat' (above) which is the latest example of the band's well written, noisy, and energetic output, the same sound that has resulted in such a noteworthy following.
Grab your tickets for their 53 Degrees, Preston show on Saturday 25th October here and at Met Lounge, Peterborough on Tuesday 28th October here.