Detroit Social Club rock Leeds Festival Republic tent

Newcastle six-piece dedicate one new song to 'four comrades'

Detroit Social Club played a raucous set at the Festival Republic Stage at Leeds Festival this afternoon (August 28), debuting a new track.

The Newcastle six-piece played a clutch of songs, including recent singles ‘Sunshine’ and ‘Rivers & Rainbows’, in front of a healthy throng.

The band also performed new track ‘Kiss The Sun’ which, according to singer David Burn, was “dedicated to four comrades”.

Other tracks the newcomers played included ‘Prophecy’, ‘Black & White’ and ‘Forever’.

Detroit Social Club played:

‘Sunshine People’
‘Rivers & Rainbows’
‘Black & White’
‘Kiss The Sun’

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