Rowdy, rambunctious and roaring with a monopolizing energy that has seen them accelerate from Hartlepudlian likely lads to the most arresting four piece on the scene, PLAZA are back with a fiery ambition to dominate the nation, as they embark on their first headline tour this April.
With an impressive eighteen UK dates on the horizon, the group, who have previously supported for the likes of Ratboy and JAWS, are set to cause immense havoc with their limb-flailing grunge pop depicting the albatrosses of adolescent-hood, hailing from a small coastal town and, naturally, too many pints.
Their unique brand of alternative ditties has undoubtedly facilitated their rapid rise over the past year: singles such as Totem and Blood Orange each highlighting their multifarious range of dynamics, switching from boisterous guitar riffs to melancholic lyricism in a manner not many bands could muster.
In addition to all of this, their debut self-titled EP is set to emerge on Friday 7th April, with a release show at Pop Recs Ltd in Sunderland on the same night. For an evening of loveable ruckus and to catch the boys before their inevitable stardom, be sure to say a hello at Stockton Calling on Saturday 15th April, or their highly anticipated slot at brand spanking new festival Hit The North in Newcastle on Saturday 28th April: I can assure you it’ll be unmissable.