Lonsdale Boys Club are taking the UK music scene by storm with their infectious, summer-tinted pop and are already becoming one of the must-see emerging bands of  festival season.

The band formed three years ago when members Charlie, Topher and Loz met after signing up for guitar lessons with the same tutor in London.

Taking influence from rock, rap and reggae, Lonsdale Boys Club have developed their own signature sound and UK music lovers are smitten!

Bouncy debut single, “Light Me Up” gave UK audiences a sample of what was to come and the group have since played stellar support stints for high-profile pop acts, Olly Murs, The Kooks and The Ting Tings and collaborated with Sway and Wretch 32.

Fresh from their zesty set at T4 On The Beach last week, Lonsdale Boys Club are scheduled to release their next single, “Ready To Go” in September, closely followed by their much-anticipated, debut album. They have also confirmed a show at The Islington Academy in London on 17th July.

The band are set to take the stage at Balado’s T In The Park 2012 today.

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