Sounds like a Storm have a new live event listed Sounds like a Storm have just announced a new live date at The Wardrobe that will be taking place on the 25th of October. This socially distanced event will ONLY be 100 capacity due to Corona Virus restrictions.

Introducing you to Sounds like a Storm

‘Unapologetic northern rock’ exhaling straight from the streets of Leeds. Honest, powerful and anthemic, going hand in hand with their dedicated work ethic; their music is captivating the UK by storm. Their raw, profound music style, and the diverse elements of: intense drums, melodic guitar riffs and deeply encapsulating breakdowns, are all entwined by their theatrical, energised live shows.

“Incredibly articulated sound and electrifying live performance” - Fiction is Not Imagination

5th studio single, ‘Closer’, the band bring it back to basics, with a stadium filling anthem - focusing on the realism of the world and this constant feeling of needing someone. The song is solely driven by the ongoing drum beat, and the intense guitar riff, which coincides with the almost spoken chorus, showcasing variable dynamics, while leaving enough room for the audience to sing every word.

‘The band talk of the connection between people and the world, and of how certain things in the modern world prevent this connection. It’s a much-needed reminder not to get lost in the materialistic and superficial nature of our generation.’ - A Bright Tomorrow

Sounds like a Storm have taken their lyrical renaissance of topics that really matter, to vivacious crowds at Live at Leeds, Tramlines, Bingley Weekender *and, the *BBC Radio 1 stage at Reading and Leeds Festival. They have also supported the likes of Twisted Wheel, King No-One and The Blinders - along with sell-out shows across the country, with no signs of slowing down.

With their debut EP, ‘The Classic Way of Things’ due to be released on the 4th of October, the band can only strengthen their current catalogue of songs, and expand on their ever-growing fan base around the UK.

In this modern world, of electronic, hyper-produced music, there's definitely a break in the music scene for Sounds like a Storm, who bring it back, every time with honest rock and roll.

“Rock and roll to huge acclaim” - Yorkshire Evening Post


  • In a music scene crammed with carbon copy bands, Sounds Like a Storm provide an exhilarating alternative to the conventional indie-rock sound. Dedicated, adept and too prodigious for the size stage they currently perform on, they are not a band worth overlooking. - A Bright Tomorrow

  • An incredibly articulated sound and electrifying live performances. - Fiction Is Not Imagination

  • Sounds like a Storm absolutely blitzed it, from the eerie vocal introduction accompanied by bass I was captivated, one to watch for the future. - Flick of the Finger

  • It can't be long before this band are doing what IDLES and The Blinders are doing, taking on the world. - Halfway2Nowhere

  • Committed to producing that DIY sound which simply oozes out! - IndieCentralMusic

  • Offering an interesting diversity, a scuddy hard edge, zebra print leggings, swagger and thoughtful lyrics. What's not to like about this band? - Old Man Blues

  • Loud, confidence-packed live shows with an effortless rock'n'roll swagger which most bands can only dream of. - One Great Song

  • Undeniably adroit at their art - undoubtedly just the tip of the iceberg. - *Yorkshire Evening Post

  • Amazing Band - Alan Raw (BBC Introducing)

  • Caught [their] set at RandL - Really enjoyed it - Joel Amey (Wolf Alice)

  • Knows how to work a crowd - The Gryphon

  • Blazing set - Oporto bar (Leeds)

  • Plus Northern Exposure, Vinyl Tapestry, SRA & more!


Halfway 2 Nowhere - Artist of the weekend

This weekend marks the best three days in the British music calendar as Reading and Leeds Festivals take place. We have picked one artist, opening up the Radio 1 Stage, as our artist of the weekend who you simply cannot miss – they’re Leeds band Sounds Like a Storm.

For about 2 years now, we’ve followed this four-piece grow from a generic rock band, to one of the most exciting bands in England. On Friday they will open up the whole festival down in Reading before playing to, an anticipated huge crowd at Bramham Park in Leeds. Ahead of the band’s biggest sets of their life (potentially opening for Bring Me the Horizon!) we spoke to frontman Sennen Ludman to find out just what this opportunity means to Sounds Like a Storm.

Read Halfway 2 Nowhere's Full Article Here!