Sixty Minute Man have just released their video for the song “You Made Me Say Please”. Featuring the raucous fervor of the bands that defined the alt scene of the 80s and 90s combined with the songwriting prowess of the bands that defined the post-punk movement, Sixty Minute Man have delivered a foot stomping anthem worthy of any concert venue. If we were Siskel & Ebert I would take not that we could only have two thumbs up to give. It’s that good. See for yourself.
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About Sixty Minute Man
They have developed a cult following in and around Salford/Manchester through their hard work and energetic live performances. They have developed a unique style of song writing through their passion and commitment in what they do.
Within their first year of being a band, they released their debut EP to a sold out launch night at prestigious Manchester venue, Sound Control. They headlined a stage at Blackthorn Music Festival, were asked to support local breakthrough band Alias Kid on two separate occasions, played countless local and out of town shows as well as releasing their first video.
The band decided that they didn’t want to have to always rely on promoters for gigs so would also put on their own shows when necessary.
Towards the end of last year the band went in to the studio to record with respected producer Gavin Monaghan. The result was their next single You Made Me Say Please.
Already doing well on pre-orders, the band will be promoting the single with a short tour across the North West in April.
They will be releasing the single on April 4th through Blue Eagle Records along with a video to support the release.
They have also been asked to return to Blackthorn Festival as well as having shows booked up until August, there will be many more to add to that.
“On the cusp of greatness” – Emerging North
“A bright career ahead of them “ – Gavin Monaghan
Fri Apr 8th at The Rocking Chair, SHEFFIELD
Fri Apr 15th at The Blind Tiger, WIGAN
Sat Apr 16th at The Brewhouse, WARRINGTON
Sat Apr 30th at Club Academy, MANCHESTER (supporting Alias Kid)
Sat May 14th at Gorilla, MANCHESTER (supporting Space Monkeys)
22-24th July – Blackthorn Festival