Her’s, the beach-rock infused two piece from Liverpool, played a raucous set to a packed out Bungalows and Bears in Sheffield, over the weekend of the Tramlines music festival.
Both being outsiders from little coastal towns in England and Norway, the dynamic duo of Stephen Fitzpatrick and Audan Laading, have been performing as Her’s since they met at Liverpool Music College.
Supported by up-and-coming indie rock bands, bdrmm and Fur, who were equally astounding.
Her’s played favourites, What Once Was, Marcel, I’ll Try and the newest single, Speed Racer, amongst others.
They played to a packed out venue, enticing the crowd into singing melancholy choruses and dancing and grooving as much as they were onstage.
I was lucky enough to watch the band from the side of the stage, grabbing a great video of Stephen and Auding, it’s attached to this article for you to peruse at your pleasure.
If there is one band I would recommend going to see right now, it would be Her’s, the jangly pop music is a great modern take on the beach rock scene of the 80’s and is not to be missed.
Their EP, Songs of Her’s, is out now.
You can see the band play:
October 21 – Ritual Union
November 15 – Seabright Arms
Tickets can be bought here.