Aptly titled End Of The Earth is set for release on April 9 and will be the band’s first new material in two years since their critically acclaimed UK Top 20 album Under Your Sky.It offers a first glimpse into the sonic style of The Sherlocks since new members Alex Procter (guitar) and Trent Jackson (bass) joined brothers Kiaran Crook (lead vocals, guitar) and Brandon Crook (drums).
But all fans will be able to see a special live performance before then – they will be performing a show filmed at Sheffield City Hall via Sessions, being streamed to coincide with the release of the single on Friday, April 9.
BUY LIVESTREAM TICKETS: Tickets for The Sherlocks’ Sessions livestream performance are available now via both SeeTickets and Sessions, with VIP afterparty tickets with the band also available. There will be two showtimes for different audiences – for UK and Europe info CLICK HERE. For US and Asia CLICK HERE.BUY TOUR TICKETS: Tickets for their rescheduled UK tour dates are available for Manchester CLICK HERE and for Grimsby CLICK HERE.
Their electrifying and unpredictable live shows are what put The Sherlocks on the radar to many, and the group have been revelling in the opportunity to get back on stage.
With rumours of their highly anticipated third album refusing to go away, the rest of 2021 looks set to be an exciting and active time for The Sherlocks.
“End Of The Earth is quite punk rock for us, a slight change in direction. But definitely the perfect comeback track. If this single was a person it would be kicking the front door off! This track is WILD!!,” said The Sherlocks in a joint statement.
"We locked ourselves in the studio for 3 days straight with sleeping bags and bottles of spirits. Proper sessions on and off the instruments. We chose Sessions because they allow us to connect with our fans wherever they are in the world, we’re buzzing for everyone to see us perform again.
"We’ve been smashing it in the practice room and staying ready, like a world champion boxer ticking over. We’re like the Tyson Fury of the music industry in many ways.”The Sherlocks entered the UK albums chart at Number Six with their debut album Live For The Moment as they stepped onto the NME/Radio 1 Stage at the Leeds leg of the Reading and Leeds Festival, in the summer of 2017.“That was crazy,” says singer Kiaran Crook.
“It was our guitarist’s birthday as well. We can say we’ve got a Top Ten album under our belt. For a guitar band, and a new guitar band, to get a Top Ten is quite a big deal.
"But we kept our head screwed on and played a good show. Your first album’s always your benchmark, something for people to finally get hold of and from our end the reaction was amazing, it blew us away. We’d have been over the moon if we’d even scraped a Top Ten, we couldn’t believe it to be honest.”