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Following a busy season of shows, Sound of the Sirens have announced they will play London’s Bush Hall on Friday 14th October, before heading up north to Manchester’s Deaf Institute on Saturday 15th. 

Currently supporting music legend Rick Astley on his successful UK tour, Sound of the Sirens have played a series of high-profile gigs over the past twelve months at festivals including Glastonbury 2015 and Boardmasters Festival. The girls are set to play at a number of summer festivals this year, including Beautiful Days, Isle of Wight and Camp Bestival.

Since their prime-time TFI Friday appearance in October, alongside the likes of U2 and Take That, Sound of the Sirens have gone from strength to strength. Not only have they gained high profile fans, such as TFI Friday and Top Gear presenter, Chris Evans, they appeared on his Radio 2 show, and secured a host of shows across the country.

Sound of the Sirens are a foot-stomping, crowd-engaging female folk/rock duo whose strengths lie in their passion and chemistry. These girls know how to rock a stage, and make you believe in every word they sing. Individually, their voices tell their own tale but when blended together their harmonies leave the listener wanting more, compelled by its magic.

Exeter-based Abbe Martin and Hannah Wood are an enigmatic and tangible act who write, perform, record and evolve with a truly genuine attitude to an industry they love. The versatility of each original song is a responsive rollercoaster, stealing your attention, creating a furious arm’s in the air festival-vibe that sticks in your head for days. Woven with just enough haunting melancholy to silence an audience; the bitter-sweet lyrics stir the soul with a performance that needs to be experienced live. The duo’s audience rely not only on the energy and diversity of the music, but also on the chemistry between them on stage.

They’re witty and sincere, and it’s this very quality of down-to-earth engagement and communication during performance’s, that has seen their popularity rise substantially over the last few years.