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Breeze are looking to steal 2024 with the release of their live favourite tune ‘Shoot It Down‘ on 22nd March. The tune is an high octane assault on the industry, brimming with a full on, old school, Kasabian like swagger which is also enhanced by the GTA style video. The attack in the video using instuments for weapons signals an intention of what is to come from the Hull four piece, this is their time and it won’t be quietly, the doors are getting blown clean off with this track. 


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Band Timeline

Erupting from the North, young band Breeze proudly call Hull their home City and are setting standards for other bands in the same industry with their infectious modern take on 90’s indie.

Forming back in 2021 brothers Albert, Harry and Alfred Anderson teamed up with their good friend Declan Rodgers and went on to release their debut single ‘Touch the Sky‘, this thrusted the then unknown four piece into orbit, turning heads and demanding attention across the country with their own brand of explosive indie rock.

2022 saw the band take the limelight by storm in their first year, with exhilarating ‘Eyes Wide Open‘ capturing the attention of celebs such as Robert Carlyle who tweeted “90’s style goodness…Top Tune.

Hot on the heals of ‘Eyes Wide Open‘ came ‘Adrenaline‘, “A track with killer riffs and a must for any Indie Rock lover” (Right Chord Music). Both singles achieved outstanding results, dazzling the fans and setting the band up as well-established indie rockers. The lads supported James Arthur at Brid Spa (a sold out, 3500 cap show) and also performed at Y Not Festival 2023 along side Kasabian, Royal Blood and James. Breeze finished the year with two successful UK tours!

Also in 2023 the band released their fourth single, the powerful and promising ‘She’s Got It’. Reminiscent of a 90s classic band ballad, this song is both nostalgic and refreshing.

Breeze finished 2023 in great fashion with their most anthemic tune yet with the romantic ‘Stay Young With You‘. This has become an instant favourite and gained the lads their highest streaming record so far, with nearly 50,000 streams in three months.

Band Highlights So Far…


– Supported James Arthur at Bridlington Spa.

– ‘Eyes Wide Open‘ praised by Robert Carlyle on Twitter, 90’s style goodness…Top Tune.


– Supported The K’s at Welly Club in Hull.

– Performed at Y Not Festival the same day Paul Weller headlined.

– Supported The View at Docks Academy in Grimsby.


– Shortlisted to play Glastonbury Festival.

– Performed infront of Michael Eavis who asked to meet the band personally because he loved the performance.

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