Going places: Stockport’s THE ROLLING PEOPLE

STOCKPORT’S young four-piece THE ROLLING PEOPLE appear destined for the heady heights of music’s top table following the release of ‘I’ll Be There,’ (LAB Records) taken from their forthcoming EP, ‘No Place To Be.’

“This is a song that we wrote out of a desire for a modern rock anthem in a time where there are few in sight,” said frontman, Charlie McNichol.

“We wanted to harness punk rock, but with more light-hearted lyrics reminiscent of a love song. Most of the tune revolves around the feeling of having someone’s back in all circumstances whether that be a friend or a lover, but also the anger and entrapment of selling out to live a life you truly don’t want to live.”

Starting out aged 15 and mastering their instruments in a cramped rehearsal space, the hours paid off as the band sold out 2023’s debut headline UK Tour. Their self-release of fan-favourite, ‘Better Man’ hit No.1 on the iTunes Rock Chart and No.14 on the iTunes Official Chart, affecting a catapult start to their lives as recording artists.


Feb 16:         Birmingham, Institute 2 (W/Luka State)
Mar 3:           Bristol, Strange Brew (W/Luka State)
Apr 4            Nottingham, The Bodega
Apr 5            London, Water Rats
Apr 6            Glasgow, King Tuts
May 4           Liverpool, Sound City

Details:         http://www.instagram.com/therollingpeople_

(Photo (c) Sharyn Bellemakers)

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