The Calls are one of Leeds’ best kept secrets – they’re an indie band from the area that have slowly built up a fanbase over the … Continue reading EP Review: The Calls – The Fall Again Inside EP
After last week’s devotion to the local scene, in this week’s podcast I chat to another local band – Leeds indie group The Calls. There’s also new music from American bedroom pop artist Tarot and cinematic composer Paul Zambrano. Continue reading “Going Underground #9 – The Calls, Tarot, Paul Zambrano”
Leeds trio The Calls have released their latest single I Just Thought I’d Say, a melancholic dreamscape and reflection on the state of the world. Continue reading “Video: The Calls – I Just Thought I’d Say”
On Wednesday, Leeds-based The Calls swung by to rock The Basement as part of their current Garageland mini-tour of Yorkshire. Supporting on the night was former Fame Academy star Alistair Griffin and Hull’s own The Raywells. We got some photos of them in action. Continue reading “The Calls at The Basement”
Recently, we caught up with The Calls, a band of four Leeds lads that make incredible music with inspiration from the likes of The Clash, The Beatles and many more legends. Not only are they heading to York soon, but they’ve also recently released a new EP, Garageland. So, we caught up with them to talk about their new music and juggling a uni course whilst living the dream.