Introducing: Bird To Beast – Catacombs

Bird To Beast

Bird To BeastBird To Beast is the brainchild of Sam and Hannah Hird. The duo both grew up in the Lancashire town of Colne. They signed an album deal with new Manchester indie MUK Records late last yea and have since won fans in all the right places from BBC 6 to Hollie’s drummer Bobbie Elliot who guest drummed on recent single Catacombe.

LIVE

JUNE
2nd – Smoked and Uncut festival
6th – Arden Social, Halifax
21st – Camden Crawl, St Michaels Church @ 3.30pm

AUGUST
1-3rd – Kendal Calling festival
3rd – Cloudspotting festival
8 – 10th – Strawberry Fields festival
29 – 31st Bingley Music Live festival

Listen to Catacombs here:

 

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