Warrington (UK) band The Bid release debut single ‘Don’t Wait’

Energizing new nearby band The Bid declare the arrival of their presentation single 'Don't Wait' out at this point. Harmonizing with the discharge they will take off On a Mini UK visit beginning at the Night & Day Café, Manchester (04/12/18)

What's more, on to:

FatBird - Wigan (11/01/19) ,

The Salty Dog - Northwich (18/12/18) ,

West Street Live - Sheffield (07/01/18) ,

Verve Leeds (19/01/18),

The Castle Hotel Manchester (21/01/19) ,

The Auction Rooms - Warrington (26/01/18)

and finishing at the Dublin Castle - London (08/02/18).

The Bid

The Bid

'Don't Wait', a tune written by frontman Joe Hatton, centers around the inward, interminable battles looked by every one of us in a general public loaded with weights; it is a self-contradicting yet fun update that when things go astray, it's most certainly not continuously your blame – and that being 'simple on the eye' isn't in every case enough. It is the first in a progression of up and coming tracks that tell stories of the magnificence and bitterness of life as a component of the average workers in the North West today.

Making an exceptional sound, blending a mixture of impacts from over the melodic range, The Bid's music summons tunes from The Vaccines, through The Strokes and into guitar lines reminiscent of The Smiths.

The BID

The BID

With its foundations based over the UK, the band framed in mid-2018 on the impact points of the accomplishments of its front man's performance ventures. With Joe Hatton supported up by Lindsay Hatton on keys, Matt Selman on bass, Ciaran Raftery on lead guitar and Ad Jenks on drums, the band had the ability to shape Joe's verses and tunes into tunes that inspire Americana-society with a British non mainstream sensibility – envision a Tennessee jump bar was dropped into a Northern board domain, making a sound The Manc Review depict as “classically chiselled… refreshing and original.”

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