Festival appearances at the likes of Dot2Dot Festival and Kendal Calling have seen their fanbase widen; their anthemic indie-pop the perfect soundtrack to a weekend in the fields. It’s headline shows at iconic venues such as Manchester’s Academy 3 and Gorilla that have also been integral to the band’s ascent- previous singles such as the frenetic Stranger Signs filling venues with ecstatic crowd reactions.
At a time when the country seems to be in something of a tail-spin, Five Days North's own inimitable brand of indie-pop provides the perfect antithesis to a climate of fear and uncertainty; their inherent upbeat optimism embodied perfectly within shimmering guitar lines and button bright electronics. Eschewing the indie-rock swagger harboured by much of their contemporaries, Five Days North are a breath of fresh air.
'They are bringing the colour back into the largely monochromatic world of the 21st century guitar band' - The VLM
'Five Days North have more than hint of White Lies / Joy Division about them' - Manchester Evening News