With a mass of breakthrough acts trying to replicate those jangly complex melodies and piece them together in an attempt to create something different and unique, it's refreshing to hear a band who've been doing it right for years. Little Comets' recent tour sees more of those catchy melodies and
The acoustic powers of Ross Mitchell created a mellow and cheerful vibe throughout the crowd. His cover of The 1975's Sex in particular, got people involved as well as his others such as Paper Planes that followed a more upbeat pattern, or as he described it as, 'fancy'.
Little Comets are a brilliant trio full of gripping riffs and vocals. The Newcastle-based band just get better and better with their indie sound progressing through each album. Proving that with the upcoming addition to their family of music, Hope Is Just a State of Mind will no doubt please
Armed with a mass of dedicated fans and a unique sound that splashes Little Comets into an indie infused cocktail. The northern rockers release their third album 'Hope is Just a State of Mind' today and commence a tour across the UK. With a few small fan based gigs coming