Biography: SEPRONA, Hip shaking Liverpool 5 piece “aren’t just your average band, they’re something else entirely”. The band have a long history together, having met at primary school and uni. The longevity of their means that Seprona are a true ‘band of brothers’, and have said ‘The band is an old friend that lends you his headphones, takes you by the hand, and leads you to a world of memories.’ Since 2019 they’ve been touring across the UK, alongside bands including The Coral, The Feeling, Blossoms and many others. Add this to their impressive airplay on BBC Radio 2, Radio 6 Music, Radio X and broadcast on ITV’s This Morning, and you can see why you should catch them here first!
Following the initial success of these first two singles, SEPRONA embarked upon two mammoth UK tours during 2017, playing upwards of 50 shows up and down the country as well as a number of festival slots in the summer. Their music can take you on a voyage from strikingly splenetic delivery on their heavier tracks, to a chillingly haunting aura on their slower, more serene tracks.
2018 marked an important year for the band. Beginning by recording their debut EP in Liverpool’s illustrious Parr Street Studios where the likes of Coldplay, Blossoms, Rhianna and Justin Bieber have all recorded tracks. The EP was released in the summer of 2018 and the band once again embarked upon a UK-wide tour, playing upwards of 30 dates. The EP was warmly received by fans and national press alike being described as ‘Flawless’ (AnR Factory). IndieBuddie also described how the EP ‘creeps, crawls and glides with energetic indie and musicianship to make you dance, mosh and sway.’
2019 will see the band follow up the success of last year by releasing a new single in the spring and support it with another tour beginning in May. The band have a few warm up shows booked for March and already have a number of prestigious support slots and festival dates planned.
‘The Liverpool based powerhouse of melodically blessed musicians have that rare ability to instantaneously arrest you with the first few lines in the first verse.’ (AnR Factory)