This article was published in 2015.

The Slow Readers Club make their return to Leeds and release their new single 'Plant the Seed on Friday 20th November. Having already played London, Birmingham and Sheffield, They play the Packhorse on the 20th November, before moving on to dates in Liverpool, Manchester, Preston, and closing in Glasgow on 12th December.

The boys have been on our radar and on the favourites list, following the release of their self-titled Debut Album, which scored a well-earned 9/10.
After festival slaying performances at Isle of Wight, Ramsbottom Festival and Tramlines over the summer, The Slow Readers Club have embarked on a series of live dates across the country this November. They continue to garner support wherever they visit and are set to become the next major band to come out of Manchester.

For many, Manchester is a city synonymous with guitar-driven indie with a rich musical heritage that is hard to ignore. However, The Slow Readers Club offer something new, with their own brand of brooding electro-indie. It might not be the stereotypical sound of contemporary Manchester which makes The Slow Readers Club even more crucial to the city's musical landscape.