New Single Release – I’ve Been Missing You

Originally formed in late 2015 ,Leeds based band VICTORS are making huge waves.

Recognised in the industry as ones to watch and reaching over 2 million Spotify streams on their first single “Big city”, their second release and follow up  “I’ve been missing you” which landed on 7th June looks set to be just as big.

VICTORS certainly have an original sound, fronted by Harry Whitehouse on guitar/vocals, Simon Appleson on guitar, Marty Gillen on drums and bassist Dom Brooks, I’d say the band have been influenced by bands such as The killers and Tame Impala. 

The Undeniably catchy “I’ve been missing you” delves deep into the world of euphoric indie pop, with beautiful vocal work and huge choruses, set to a back drop of atmospheric house inspired percussion. It’s easy to see why the boys have already supported the likes of some big name acts such as The Kaiser Chiefs and The Manic Street Preachers.

You can catch VICTORS on  2nd August supporting Youth club at Chinnery’s in Southend on sea. On the 3rd August at Weightless Festival in Leeds, the 24th August at Music in the Park in Cardiff  and on the 31st August at Chapel Allerton Arts Fest in their hometown of Leeds. 

You can find out further information and news on VICTORS on their following social media links:-





You can also listen to the latest offering from the band on Spotify by clicking on the link below.

Review written by Lydia Rose