This North West band just might be the hardest working unsigned rock act in the UK right now. In the 4 years since they formed they’ve toured the UK, Europe, North America, and tore many a house party a new ****hole! Their electric live show will leave you wondering how they’re still the UK’s best kept secret.


“One of the UK’s best unsigned acts”, Daily Mirror 


“Supergrass crossed with Kasabian? I think they’re very much better than that”Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music  


“This is huge, it is really good, really really like it!” , Chris Murray, Amazing Radio 


“They really know how to write a tune”Gordon Smart, Radio X 

Lyerr are an indie rock band hailing from Bury / Rochdale. Following the release of their debut single ‘Taking Over’ in 2018, the band went on to support artists such as The Blinders & Hockey Dad and performed in session for the BBC. The follow up single ‘Fun to lie’ was crowned the This Feeling song of the week on Radio X before heading out on a headline tour & a festival appearance at Y Not festival to promote this. Most recently, the band were crowned Virgin Records ‘Best new Manchester band’ after winning a competition to headline The Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, as chosen by a panel including  judges such as Andy Bell (Oasis/Ride).

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