The Sherlocks are an English indie rock band from Sheffield, consisting of two set of brothers; frontman Kiaran Crook, and drummer Brandon Crook, as well as lead guitarist Josh Davidson and bassist Andy Davidson.
Formed in 2010, the band's debut EP, 'First Bite of the Apple', came out in 2013, and just four years and a handful of singles later, the boys came back with their first full length debut, ‘Live For The Moment’, in August 2017.
The band have supported the likes of Reverend and the Makers, The Enemy and Cast, as well as making appearances at festivals such as Isle Of Wight, Tramlines, Y-Not and SXSW festivals.
In 2018 the boys toured North America in the spring, and return to the UK in the summer to support Liam Gallagher at Finsbury Park in London and to appear at Tramlines festival. They've also announced an autumn tour for later in the year. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Wed 23rd Aug 2017
The Sherlocks’ frontman Kiaran Crook recently spoke of his belief that the band could be new “pioneers” of guitar music. Let’s chalk that up to a poor choice of words. Pioneering anything these days is practically impossible and, given the band sound like a throwback to a time when their Yorkshire neighbours in Arctic Monkeys stormed the scene, revivalists is probably a more accurate tag.