JUDAS, the emerging four-piece indie rock band hailing from across the UK and currently based in London have achieved an incredible amount in the space of the past two years: releasing their self-titled debut EP, they went on to perform at some of the biggest festivals in the country including Isle of Wight, Kendal Calling, Tramlines and the Main Stage at Leeds festival.
Building their fanbase the old-fashioned way through relentless gigging across the country, critical support would build up across the likes of BBC Introducing, XFM, CLASH and WONDERLAND, their live set on Soccer AM last year alongside Circa Waves underlining not only their ferocious ambition but their sprawling, rough-diamond sound. Now releasing their new track ‘Ceasefire’, the band crowned it by playing both Leeds and Reading festivals on Main Stage as well as two further London shows, the latter supporting Indie act of the moment The Sherlocks. Such huge moments don’t come by chance: real power and charisma seep from these boys, ‘Ceasefire’ is just another example of the huge, stadium-sized rock they’re capable of. Reading and Leeds come at just the right time to showcase the kind of potential the UK indie scene has been missing for ages. Welcome Judas with open arms.