Member since 2/13/2018
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Chasing Shadows are a four piece pop rock band based in North Wales. Influenced by their favourite bands (such as The Stereophonics, Foo Fighters and Green Day) Chasing Shadows aim to create an upbeat... more
Chasing Shadows are a four piece pop rock band based in North Wales. Influenced by their favourite bands (such as The Stereophonics, Foo Fighters and Green Day) Chasing Shadows aim to create an upbeat and exciting sound with catchy melodies. The band have played at The Compass, The Live Rooms, Alexanders (Chester), and headlined the DolDrum Escape project in Dolegllau all with great feedback. As well as a large number of hugely success pub and club gigs across North Wales, Chasing Shadows have played at the O2 Academy in Liverpool (for Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds Official Aftershow Party) and were the warm up act at Venue Cymru's 'Orme Suite' for 'James' and 'The Specials' gig's there in 2016. In June (2016) Chasing Shadows made it to London for the final round of 'Rock the House' 2016, where they finished as Runner Up.In 2017, the band played to over 7,000 people at Formby Festival, getting an excellent response. Pretty Thing, released in December 2015, currently has over 2,000 views across The Vevo Network (both on their main site and YouTube). It was also chosen by Adam Walton to feature on his BBC Introducing show. Broken, taken from the same EP, also received ariplay on BBC Radio Wales earlier this year. In 2016 Chasing Shadows released there debut LP 'Alive in Wonderland'. The LP features the singles, Pretty Thing, Crawling Back to Me, Burn and Paint Me Red. The track 'Broken', taken from the LP, recieved it's first air play from Lisa Gwilym (sitting in for Bethan Elfyn) on BBC Radio Wales in January 2017. 2018 looks to be equally as busy, with gigs lined up at Manchester and Liverpool Academy venues, headlining two local festivals and a support slot for Scouting for Girls at a third. A third, as yet untitled EP is due for release in Spring, and promises to be their best work yet.