Red Light Company kick off Leeds Festival day two

Newcomers play death-inspired set

Red Light Company kicked off day two of the Leeds Festival today (August 23) with a fiery set on the Festival Republic stage.

The newcomers – whose members hail from America, Scotland and New Zealand – were in impressive form, playing a 20-minute set of punchy indie-rock.

Recent single ‘Meccano’ got the biggest cheer, whilst ‘Scheme Eugene’ was introduced by singer Richard Frennaux as being “a song about death”.


Red Light Company played:

‘Sinking Ship’

‘Scheme Eugene’

‘With Lights Out’




‘Arts and Crafts’

‘When Everyone Is Everybody Else’

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