Decade

Performing: Decade and Hey Vanity

14+ only. 14s to 15s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

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Decade are an alternative rock/pop punk band from Bath, UK. Formerly known as 'Ready Set Low', under which they released their first EP 'Lost At Sea', they soon changed their name to 'Decade'. In 2011, they started making waves, finding themselves playing with the likes of D.R.U.G.S, Deaf Havana and Set Your Goals, as well as getting themselves on the festival circuit including Sonisphere, Make a Scene and Slam Dunk Festival. 2012 saw the band recording their second EP. The 5 track eponymous release was aided with the signing of the band to ICE GRILL$ Records. With their EP opening to all-round positive reviews, the band continued with their live shows. Kicking off a headline tour at the beginning of the year, and continuing to establish themselves amongst big bands such as A Loss For Words and Don Broco. May saw the band on the Slam Dunk Tour, playing with fellow pop-punkers Hit The Lights, Transit and The Story So Far, and finished off with them playing Slam Dunk Festival itself. With their signing to ICE GRILL$, they even saw themselves playing overseas in Japan for the first time.

2013 has been a hardworking year for the band, with self-funding the recording of their debut album with special merch sales, and signing with Spinefarm records (a part of Universal Music Group).

They have since released their debut album 'Good Luck' and have toured successfully with Mayday Parade at the beginning of 2014. The latest excitement for Decade is their upcoming Autumn headline run with Light You Up and Hey Vanity.

"A sterling effort from a soon-to-be massive band" - Big Cheese ('Good Luck' album review).

"'Good Luck' highlights Decade as a band that need no such thing as luck and are teetering right on the edge of being a pretty big deal" - Rock Sound.

"With talent like Decade have, they will surely go far" - Alt Sounds.

"Decade have managed to create an album with zero filler tracks, every track on this album could be a successful single" - Fortitude Magazine.

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