Fresh from a support slot with Grammy Award Winner Beck and shows with The Hot 8 Brass Band, Soulwax and Calvin Harris, the Liverpool trio is just about to complete album three. The band’s versatility has seen them described as somewhere between Phoenix, Foster the People & Mutemath with a hint of Daft Punk and Depeche Mode thrown in, and this has earned radio support from BBC 6 Music, X Radio and Radio 2 and two Hype Machine No.1’s. Kids on Bridges are currently heading back over to America where they are going to finish work on a brand new album and have drafted in Eagles of Death Metal bass player Jennie Vee to join them on a number of tracks, along with New Orleans poet Chuck Perkins. Having previously worked with The Chemical Brothers producer Steve Dub, the new album promises to be a sonic assault. The band’s track “Walls” was used in many anti-Trump marches across America and they were also honored to be the UK representatives at last year’s Special Olympics in LA, performing alongside Stevie Wonder. With excellent performances at Creamfields, Wickerman, Bestival and Ibiza Rocks, the future couldn’t be looking brighter for the Liverpool trio.