This article was published in 2012.

Leeds based band 'The Scandal' release their second EP 'Roulette' on the 19th of October.

Blending Rock, Blues and Funk The Scandal are a three-piece band with a big sound. The new EP was first played by Alan Raw on BBC introducing, of which Alan Raw said "Love the new EP every track could be a single!"

The 3 track EP was written by the band and recorded by Ross Halden at Ghost Town Studios Leeds, in the Summer/Autumn of 2012.

Talking about the new EP Manni from the band said: "The new tracks are keeping to the Funk Rock style that we had in the last EP 'Karolina' but also incorporating a heavier Blues Rock sound that really gets you moving. We couldn't be happier with it!"

The Scandal have been building a good reputation and following on the local scene by playing around Leeds at venues such as the Brudenell Social Club, The Cockpit (supporting POND), O2 Academy, St Georges Hall Bradford and have recently played their first Festival in Bingley opening the main stage supporting the Pigeon Detectives and Razorlight.

'Roulette' will be available at all their gigs as well as digital download from the 19th October on Bandcamp, Itunes, Amazon, Spotify etc

They are playing a launch gig at the 360 Club, Leeds, Friday 19th November where the EP will be available for the first time.