Leeds rockers Hawk Eyes have revealed a brand new Pledge Music campaign to pre order their new E.P. 'WHAT THIS IS' as well as a range of Pre-Order bundles including hoodies, t-shirts, screen prints, posters and pledgers only Leeds release gig are also available.
In a staement on Pledge Music the band outlined
We caught up with Paul from Hawk Eyes as he was enjoying a post gig Victory V. Just moments before the band had opened up the main stage at Damnation Festival with a blistering set.
You’ve just opened up the main stage at Damnation. How was it for you?
Brilliant! When we were
The big summer festivals, as good as they may have been, are now a long and distant memory. As we all wave goodbye to daylight and look forward to a long cold winter filled with people endlessly talking about X-Factor or Strictly Come whatever…there is that one glimmer of hope
Alt rockers HAWK EYES, grind machine THE ATROCITY EXHIBIT and metal melting pot RAVEN's CREED complete the stunning and diverse line up for the eight chapter of Damnation Festival.
The English trio of bands will open the Jagermeister, Terrorizer and Eyesore stages, respectively, at Leeds University Union in just over five
After another long night we were ready to start the day full of music that we had planned. First on our list was to the Noisey.com/Vice stage to see Double Muscle a three-piece band from Leeds. Their music has obvious influences from the grunge era, bands such as Nirvana and
Friday 24th August
- MAIN STAGE -
20:30 Foo Fighters
18:55 The Black Keys
17:45 Kaiser Chiefs
16:40 Bullet For My Valentine
15:35 All Time Low
14:30 The Gaslight Anthem
13:35 Eagles Of Death Metal
12:45 Band of Skulls
12:00 Pulled Apart by Horses
- NME / RADIO ONE STAGE -
20:20 Two Door Cinema Club
19:05 The Horrors
16:40 Mark Lanegan
Leeds riff-maestros Hawk Eyes may have brought the Yorkshire weather along with them to a previously sunny Y-Not Festival, but all was soon forgiven as they played a blistering set to a healthy crowd. The damp and muddy masses assembled to witness the Kerrang! Award nominees tear up the Giant