The four mates from Leeds portray a sound characteristic of their age, exuding tongue in cheek short stories about culture and life. From rock anthems to feel good melodies The Sheratons proudly express their individual and collective talents to make refreshing yet relevant music. Since The Sheratons formed they have caught the well respected ears of BBC 6 DJ Steve Lamacq, Radio X DJ John Kennedy and industry legend Alan Mcgee. To add to their acclaim BBC Introducing DJ’s Alan Raw and Jericho Keys have taken a keen liking to the band, pushing The Sheratons to the frontier of the UK’s up and coming music scene. They have also been tipped off for success by This Feeling playing in London for their “Big in 2022”, with stellar sets at Y Not Festival, Isle Of Wight Festival, Bingley Weekender and Gateways Festival backing up the claims. Their latest single Bravo comes hot off the press once again with the respected Sugar House Productions (known for working with bands such as Viola Beach, Glass Caves, Corella and THE FEENS just to name a few), Bronze Tonight has all the energy, youth and attitude expected from the now established band.