Indie rock band M60 formed from various towns across Greater Manchester. Started by school friends Matthew Morton (vocals/ guitar) and Bradley Smith (drums) in 2015. They were later joined by Sam Mansfield (lead guitar) and Max Phillips (bass). The four-piece are in the game of creating guitar-led noise with an undeniable Manc twang which takes shape in the form of energetic and anthemic tunes.

M60 came onto the scene in 2016 with their debut single ‘Honey’ showing a youthful exuberance and early signs of promise. Most notably though, the band showed real signs of maturity with their 2018 release ‘I Don’t Mind’. Finding the sweet spot of indie rock with an infectious bassline and a melodic guitar.

With four UK tours completed across 2021 and 2022 culminating in a huge sell out show at Gorilla in Manchester in March 2023 and a statement headline show at Manchester Academy 2 in December 2023. The band have set a foundation throughout the UK and have seen an increase in popularity through their newer work ‘Darling‘, ‘Kool-Aid’ & ‘Butlins’. 2023 also saw M60 release their debut EP ‘How Did You Get There?’.

Fast forward to 2024, with new music on the horizon, the band have already announced a run of UK headline shows and have confirmed slots at multiple festivals.