Blood Youth, Hollywood Undead, and Lowlives play Leeds Festival this weekend

Hardcore quartet Blood Youth released their critically acclaimed debut album Beyond Repair in April last year, and have since been on a rapid upward trajectory, quickly establishing themselves as one of the most exciting heavy acts to come from the UK. Their first new material since their debut – new single Starve – sees the hardcore quartet at their darkest, opening wounds and diving deep into the despair of emotional and physical pain.

2018 has been a massive year for rap/rock quintet Hollywood Undead. The band recently clocked 1.1 billion total U.S. streams across their catalog, as well as garnering 1.7 million total Shazams, 57 million total global streams of their latest album, FIVE, and 30 million views on all six music videos from the record. Recent single Gotta Let Go marked a shift in Hollywood Undead’s sound, highlighting a more melodic and upbeat side of the band. More new music is also on the way – Gotta Let Go is the first of a batch of new songs to be released over the coming months.

Alternative rock newcomers Lowlives were formed in late 2016 by ex members of The Defiled, Amen, No Devotion and The Ataris. The quartet recently announced their debut EP Burn Forever and begin their tour supporting The Used this week, as well as their appearances at R&L. The band have already amassed an impressive set of achievements, including passing 45,000 streams of single Burn Forever on Spotify, performing a Maida Vale session on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show, and selling out their first ever London headline show at The Black Heart.

Hollywood Undead – *HEADLINE SET* 10:00PM
Lowlives – 6:15PM

Blood Youth – 6:15PM