GeHo Events Presents : Littlemores, Bull & The Blueprints

‘Intelligent guitar-pop with a beating heart and lyrics of astute intelligence. They say what they feel, not what convention dictates, and therefore their music carries an integrity and honest embrace that is sorely missing from most current UK guitar bands. The softer side of Arctic Monkeys; the stonier path of The Maccabees. – Highly recommended’.
David Edwards – Drowned in Sound

‘Within minutes of Littlemores opening their set at The Cockpit they’ve grabbed the crowd’s attention. From the opening blasts the songs bound along with well measured guitar accents adding depth to tracks carried high on a tight rhythm section. Expertly delivered despite the best efforts of an unruly mic stand, it feels like the music world could do much worse than seeing more of these lads.
Tom Aspbury’ – Counterfit Magazine @ The Cockpit

They have had plays on BBC 6Music, BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 1 
Soundsphere magazine – “The reverie was uproariously and quite joyously broken by one of York’s best current rock exports, Bull. This bright-eyed gang of grunge devotees meld Pixies/Pumpkins riffing with vocal harmonies straight out of a ‘Destroy all Angels’-era Ash track to create pop-rock gold. Add some boisterous post-Arctics indie-rock urgency into the mix and it isn’t hard to see why people are getting excited about this band.” – Review – YO1 festival
Jericho Keys, BBC Introducing – “York band Bull, who fuse 90s grunge echoing that ever-popular American indie sound. Their songs are instant, full of raw energy and guaranteed to get you hooked.” 
The Blueprints
The Blueprints continue to evolve as great song-writers and masters of thrilling shows. Eschewing the grim careerist posturing of many of today’s bands, they exude joy and humour, an experience that translates easily to audiences who become happy participants in the live arena.

Crisp melodies weave amongst spacious, percussive guitar textures, drums flail and spin, and pianos punch the tunes home with hook-laden basslines. They set the pace and only let up for singer Stu’s charmingly wayward banter between songs. Melody, harmony, rhythm and big tunes are all things you’ll find at a typical ‘Prints show……..which are rarely typical……