Stereo Kicks are an English pop boyband with members hailing from across the country. Formed in 2014 for reality talent contest show The X Factor, it features eight lads who were initially rejected as soloists, only to be formed into the group they are today.
Featuring Barclay Beales, Chris Leonard, Tom Mann, James Graham, Reece Bibby, Jake Sims, Casey Johnson, and Charlie Jones, Stereo Kicks - despite being eliminated in week eight - are still going strong post-X Factor.
In January 2015, they played their own headline show in London, before ripping through another series of shows for April. Their debut single, Love Me So, looks set to hit shelves in June.
That same day, they headline a night at London's O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, where they'll be launching the single. If you're fan, get your tickets via Stereoboard below!
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manchester phones 4 u arena/MEN arena on February 21 2015
they sang on the x factor tour with the rest of the finalist, they sang there previous songs.the atmosphere was amazing they had everyone dancing. the best moment was when Reece came down next to me and sang to me and gave me a hug. it was amazing! definitely would go and see them again!
I love these 8 boys so much. I saw them in Manchester on the 20th of February 2015. They preformed 3 songs from the X Factor. Run by Leona Lewis/ Snow Patrol, Let it be by the Beatles and Everybody by Backstreet Boys. It was amazing and the boys was reacting with there audience. The worst moment from the event is I could not stop crying when I saw Stereo Kicks. Another Negative thing was the merchandise was very limited and really expensive. The atmosphere was spectacular and immense because of the amount of viewers and supportive, colourful banners. If me and my mum could afford it we would more than happily go again.