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Shed Seven Live

It’s been sixteen years since their last album, but Shed Seven are back!

With their new album Instant Pleasures out now, the band performed some of their new tracks plus some classics as well.

Frontman Rick Witter and drummer Alan Leach also sat down with Kate Lawler to talk about what they’ve been up to since the release of their 2001 album Truth Be Told.

Witter revealed: “I found out that there’s actually an unofficial motorway – the M96.”

We THINK he’s been doing other things as well…!

The band are also spending November and December touring the UK.  

The next two months - or #Shedcember as fans will know it by - will see Witter and Co perform tracks from their vast catalogue of fifteen Top 40 singles and four Top 20 albums.

Watch their performances below:

 

Live Music from Shed Seven

 

 

 

 

 

Cover art for Don't Stop Believin'

On Air

Al Booth playing Journey - Don't Stop Believin'