Reaper in Sicily

Promising young power-poppers

Reaper In Sicily are a young, energetic five-piece power-pop band hailing from the heart of Aberdare in South Wales, definitely a band to check out for any fans of The Blackout, All Time Low and You Me At Six. Fans had to wait for six months while the band honed their skills and stage craft, but after three gigs they entered a hard-fought competition run by Kerrang! and Search And Destroy Records to find the best live unsigned band in the UK. They came out victorious. 2010 should have been their year, but sadly their plans were shelved after guitarist Matthew Jenkins was diagnosed with cancer. Since then his chemotherapy has shown great progress and the offer of a slot at Reading and Leeds festival was one the band could not refuse.

Set List

  • 1.Let's Re-design This
  • 2.Save the Cheerleader, Save the World
  • 3.This is Bigger Than You
  • 4.Disco Disco
  • 5.Baby, Don't Touch Me
  • 6.We are the Show

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Sunday 29 / Reading

Saturday 28 / Leeds

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Last Tracks

Played on the BBC

Disco Disco
Radio 1 | BBC Introducing in Wales with Bethan Elfyn Young Legionnaire and Green Man Mixtape
We are Gone
Radio wales | Saturday Night Cable 08/05/2010
We Are The Show
Radio 1 | BBC Introducing in Wales with Bethan Elfyn Axxon Mix & Joe Blow Verses (scroll down to hear)

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