The Sheffield suburbs have produced some of UK music’s most exciting bands, the latest is Liberty Ship. The four piece have already toured with the likes of King Charles (2013) and Reverend and The Makers (2014). They have played their own sold out hometown shows and were picked from over 1500 applicants to open the main stage at last year’s Tramlines Festival.


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Liberty Ship are producing music that demands recognition – authentic, energetic rock n roll tracks which perfectly capture the wild exuberance of youth, a band to define a generation.

Their track ‘What Point’ made BBC Introducing Sheffield’s Top 2015 playlist and This Feeling / Fred Perry Subculture have dubbed the band as ones to watch in 2016.

The Artwork for ‘Learning to Fly’ comes courtesy of Sheffield based, world renowned graffiti artist, illustrator and MC, Kid Acne.

“Liberty Ship really are on it at the moment. The new stuff we’ve had through from these lads has been phenomenal!”
Christian Carlisle, BBC Introducing Sheffield

“We’ve heard two Liberty Ship tracks set for release early this year and they are, no word of a lie, phenomenal. Lee Mavers like phenomenal. That good.”
This Feeling / Fred Perry Subculture ‘Big in 2016’

The Band:
Lewis Hancock
Jack Eddison
James Brown
Kierran Bond