Not many bands can return from a debut North American tour supporting rock legends The Who and claim standing ovations at every show to their name. Featuring in newspapers and on TV stations alike, Slydigs have certainly made a mark across the pond from their homeland.

Imagine a mixture of 60s power pop and 70s punk rebellion, then throw in a bit of glam rock as well for good measure and you will get an idea of what to expect from Slydigs. Evoking ‘the good time’ rock ‘n’ roll with their anthemic songs, the four-piece are wowing audiences around the UK,Europe and North America. Rave reviews such as “bound to be filling stadiums of their own in the not too distant future” highlight the reception from both audience and critics alike. Frontman Dean Fairhurst, co- founder of the band along with lead guitarist Louis Menguy, is driven by the need to “express our own obsessions with the likes of The Clash, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles to create our own legacy”.

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