“That was something special indeed. Huge thank you to everyone involved, Teenage Cancer Trust and the Royal Albert Hall, honoured to have played for you.”
Keep an eye out for brand new music coming soon!
Slydigs had an exhilarating couple of days playing Italy's Home Festival on the 31st of August before returning back to their home town of Warrington to perform at Riv Fest on the 2nd of September.
"It was an absolute pleasure to be invited to play Italys biggest festival! Home festival was unreal and we hope to be back to play again in the future"
"We Had a fantastic time at RivFest, Well done to all the organisers who put on an amazing day and to everyone who helped raise money for the River Reeves Foundation. Such a great cause!"
Straight from the Support tour with The Who and two raucously received London gigs Supporting Ocean Colour Scene's Steve Craddock, Slydigs play their first/only confirmed North of England show of the year (Since the MEN Arena w/The Who) at this year's FarOut Festival on 12th September 2015. Tickets are available and ON SALE here.
The response from Slydigs performance at British Summer Time Festival at Hyde Park Supporting The Who has been utterly monumental! The Band finished up a 30 Minute set to a packed out crowd.
"Not for years have I seen a band be just so good, the attitude, the hair cuts! They have the capacity to spark another band explosion. Noel Gallagher commented that there aren’t any good bands coming forward...There is now SLYDIGS." - Rare Pair O'Strides
Check out the full review here.
The boys are currently in the studio this month working on new material but x 2 London Dates in August will be announced shortly so keep your eyes peeled.
The band are all set to play British Summer Time Festival in Hyde Park this Friday!
The band will be on the Summer Stage from 4.50pm so make sure you get down early to watch them. For tickets head to www.bst-hydepark.com
The time has finally come, as the band prepare for the first support slot on The Who's UK tour. The pic shows the band during soundcheck. In a couple of hours, those seats will be full as Liverpool's 11,000 capacity Echo Arena plays host to The Who, supported by Slydigs
Come and see the band in the relatively intimate setting of the Ruby Lounge in Manchester, before they head off to play the stadiums with The Who!
For more information check out the event page on Facebook.