ONLINE SALES HAVE NOW CLOSED FOR THE LAUNCH SHOW – YOU CAN STILL GET ALBUMS /TICKET BUNDLES IN THE SHOP TILL WE CLOSE AT 6PM
THE SHERLOCKS ALBUM + TICKET BUNDLE. SOME GREAT VALUE PACKAGES PLEASE READ FULL DETAILS BELOW.
CD + Ticket to album launch gig/signing ONLY £14.99
Standard Black Vinyl LP + Ticket to album launch gig/signing ONLY £22.99
Limited Edition Blue Vinyl LP + Ticket to album launch gig/signing ONLY £24.99
*Please note the band will only be able to sign albums bought as part of one of the above bundles.
The CD and Ticket bundles are £14.99 post paid and offer over £8.00 discount on buying both separately if you add different formats that adds even more of a saving!
Album and Ticket Bundles are limited to 4 per person. Ticket only is limited to 1 per person
Release Date Friday 4th October (Launch show Monday 7th October)
All pre-orders will be dispatched/ready for collection in line with details listed further down this page. Please read so that you choose the appropriate option.
The Sherlocks – Under Your Sky
Album + Wardrobe intimate album launch gig ticket bundle
(PLEASE READ DETAILS BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER)
To celebrate the release of their 2nd album ‘Under Your Sky’, The Sherlocks will play a very special intimate album launch gig at The Wardrobe in Leeds on Monday 7th October with a signing afterwards (times to be confirmed but expect Doors 7:30pm and band on shortly after (no support).
We have set up special bundles (in the drop down box above) for this release where fans of The Sherlocks can purchase a copy of the album on any of the formats available and get a ticket for this exclusive show at the Wardrobe. There is a very limited capacity for this event so we would expect all the album and ticket bundles to sell out very quickly.
Age Restrictions – No Under 6s. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
One copy of an album/bundle on any format gets one ticket for the gig. Two bundle purchases gets two tickets.
Available as a standard CD , Standard Black vinyl and Very Limited Blue Vinyl in alternative artwork Gatefold Sleeve)
Album and ticket bundles start from just £14.99 (post paid) and can be viewed in the drop down menu above, we urge you to purchase a copy of the album with your bundle not only does it represent great value for money (and you will have something to get signed on the night) but it also helps the guys in the first week of release and it means we can put on more of these album launch release shows in the future.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE PRINTING TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT AND THESE TICKETS WILL BE NEEDED FOR ENTRY TO THE EVENT ORDER EMAILS ETC WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR ENTRY.
Please make sure you are at the venue for the door times of the show as the band will be on as soon as everyone is in (there is no support)
Tickets will be issued 1 of 2 ways depending on what you select at checkout:
Collect at Crash – is FREE but both Album and ticket must be collected instore between Friday 4th October and Monday 7th October before heading to the venue
Postage Option – Tickets will be shipped out separately one week before on Monday 30th September via standard post. The albums will then follow on or just before the release date.
Please note, there is NO collect at venue option.
1. I Want It All
2. NYC (Sing It Loud)
4. Magic Man
6. Time To Go
7. Give It All Up
8. One Day
9. Now & Then
10. Step Inside
11. Under Your Sky
Some world tours feel like a victory lap. On August 25, 2017, The Sherlocks stepped onto the NME/Radio 1 Stage at the Leeds leg of the Reading & Leeds festival and announced to a rammed tent that their debut album ‘Live For The Moment’ had, that very day, entered the UK albums chart at Number Six.
By the tail end of 2018, The Sherlocks begged to be allowed back into the studio. In stark contrast to the sessions for their debut album, recorded in late-night sessions at the cut-off, rural Rockfields in Wales, this time they opted to record at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios with The Coral’s James Skelly at the desk for the four weeks running up to Christmas, knocking off at six o’clock Monday to Friday to head into town for snooker, beer and a debrief on the day’s work. The result was a tighter, brighter, ultra-modern alt-rock record, benefiting from Skelly’s knack for focusing a killer chorus, less indebted to indie rockers of old and smattered with stylistic swerves into new wave, ‘80s textures and all-out feedback freakouts. It’s as Killers, Cars, High Flying Birds and Two Door Cinema Club as it is Catfish. A real 21st Century guitar rock record.
“The first album was us four in a room,” Kiaran says. “We wanted to make it really raw like the Arctic Monkeys’ first album or Kings Of Leon’s. We wanted to capture the live sound and polish it up a bit. It was a straight-up rock’n’roll record, there weren’t many tricks going off. With this one we’ve taken it a step further and made it slightly smoother and put more keyboards in. Rather than having the guitars thrashing all the time we’ve tried being a bit sweeter with it. It sounds more contemporary, I can hear it on Radio 1.”
And you will too. Meanwhile, Kiaran claims to already have half of album three in the bag, which is already hinting at The Sherlock’s next step towards total rock domination. “It’s quite upbeat.,” Kiaran says. “A lot of bands get to their third album and take a weird turn, thinking outside of the box. I think I know what a good melody is and we’ll try different things on each record and push ourselves a lot more but I’d never stick some weird production on to try to mask a bad song. We like big anthemic sing-alongs like The Killers would write, so that’s the direction we’re heading in, aiming for stadiums.”
Considering how accurate The Sherlocks’ aim has been so far, an elementary deduction