RedFaces @ The Sugarmill


The bright youthful bunch, RedFaces returned once again to The Sugarmill on their Kerosene tour.

The Sugarmill is their first of 16 across the UK with new band member Ryan Laycock on guitar having to learn the ropes fairly quickly before heading out.

RedFaces @ The Sugarmill

RedFaces performing back in September – Photo: Alex Pearson


With melodic songs and tight vocal harmonies, backed by an upbeat rhythm, RedFaces have found themselves on at major festivals such as T in the Park, Tramlines and Y-Not Festival. Their live sound is incredible. Ferocious guitars and smashing drums RedFaces sound projected across the room like a fish swimming through water, it was perfect.

Tonight’s gig (Jan 20th) featured some crazy college students just dancing around like bloody lunatics, fair to say gave the lads something to enjoy whilst on stage.

Finally the moment most fans have been waiting for was their debut single, which is ‘Kerosene’. with melodic and upbeat rhythm Lyon’s voice has matured a lot since we saw them last time round, improving their overall sound massively.

We look forward to some more music from the guys and should certainly see them at loads of festivals in the summer.

Don’t miss out! Find them on Facebook and Twitter to buy music! Also, read their interview with us before their set!

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of ICM, full-time journalist, occasional photographer, Chelsea FC.

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