Rising stars The LaFontaines have a date at the Engine Shed

The LaFontaines are supporting Don Broco in Lincoln. Picture: Ryan Johnston
The LaFontaines are supporting Don Broco in Lincoln. Picture: Ryan Johnston

Combining a unique blend of rock, pop and hip-hip, The LaFontaines are live in Lincoln next week, supporting Don Broco at the Engine Shed.

Having built a reputation as one of Scotland’s most exciting live bands, The LaFontaines have sold out headline shows at Glasgow’s Barrowlands and ABC, played London’s Koko and the main stage at T In The Park.

Last year, they played sets at The Great Escape, Reading and Leeds Festivals, TRNSMT and Download.

Their 2015 debut album Class topped the UK Indie Breakers chart and the band gained more than three million plays on Spotify.

Their second album, Common Problem was an angrier record.

Frontman Kerr Okan said: “Common Problem is a much darker record than our debut release.

“We’re not as young and naive as we were in our early 20s.

“We’ve been around the world as a band, seen a lot of things and discovered our one big Common Problem – there is a lot of angst.”

Their Lincoln date with Don Broco is on Sunday, April 29 and tickets are £25 on 0871 2200260 or https://bit.ly/2IlNFkj