Thanks to everyone who came to our gig at Mr Wolfs on the 13th – we had a great time and were privileged to meet I Set The Sea On Fire, the awesome headliners, who were lovely people and whose company really made the evening fly by. We look forward to hopefully going back to Mr Wolfs in the near future, and evil plans are forming to go up to Sheffield to do some gigs with ISTSOF later in the year. We have also been contacted by another venue about a gig in a few weeks time, so we just need to confirm the details before announcing it.
We have a couple of videos to upload from Friday, and the one you can see below is The 28th. ‘But you said you only had a couple, ha ha.’ *Withering look*
It’s exciting times at WUTSTS towers after we arranged a last-minute gig at Mr Wolfs tonight. Thankfully the confusion surrounding its current location compared with the last time Mike went there was quickly resolved – the venue moved to 32 St Nicholas St in June 2015, fact fans.
We’re supporting the excellent Sheffield alternative rockers, I Set The Sea On Fire, making this evening probably the world’s first all 6-word-band-names night!
You can listen to ISTSOF’s debut album on Spotify here. It’s really rather good, and apparently their live shows are amazing so we will have a lot to live up to. Still early days for us (excuses, excuses)!
The gig starts at 10pm. Entry is free before 9pm, and after that you will pay either £3 or £4, depending on how busy it is. We’re hoping for a good crowd and at least a vaguely appreciative audience!
Stay tuned to weusedtoseethesky.com for photos and video from the event.
For the second song we wrote, ‘Square’, friend of the band Jon Callow made us a rather fantastic lyrics video! Check it out below:
Welcome to We Used To See The Sky’s website, which is currently a bit of a work in progress while we hurriedly sort everything out! Here you will soon find photos and videos of the band, links to the latest stuff on our YouTube channel, blog posts from band members, details of upcoming gigs, and anything else we can think of that makes sense.
A band website that has content and is kept up to date, you say? Surely not! Well, that’s the plan! We’ll see how we go.
In the meantime, you can visit our brand-spanking new YouTube channel.