Manchester based trio LoudKidz will be joining the Janoskians as main support on their forthcoming ‘Jahoo Jahaa’ European tour.
LoudKidz, famous for their catchy self penned tracks and the viral video “The Curry Rap” will be joining the Australian pranksters on the full leg of their tour which opens in Dublin on 29th August.
29th August The Academy Dublin, Ireland
30th August The Academy Dublin, Ireland
1st September O2 Academy Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
2nd September O2 Academy Glasgow Glasgow, United Kingdom
3rd September 02 Academy Newcastle Newcastle, United Kingdom
4th September Manchester Academy Manchester, United Kingdom
5th September O2 Academy Birmingham Birmingham, United Kingdom 6th September 02 Shepherds Bush Empire London, United Kingdom
LoudKidz are Chez Davis, Jamie Skehan, and Benjamin James – all from Manchester but from distinctly different musical backgrounds.
Lead singer Chez was singer in a punk-pop band, rapper Ben comes from hip-hop and soul background, and guitarist Jamie an indie/electronica record producer.
Together, they’re LoudKidz. And what makes them stand out from other pop groups is that they are not styled, produced and written for by others –they define themselves by being themselves – creative, dynamic and NOW!
Having already received global online coverage via their self penned track “Derby Day” which was chosen as the official 2014 Derby Day song by Manchester United, their YouTube video “The Curry Rap” became a UK trending topic going viral after being picked up by the social media site “The Lad Bible”, with 2.5 Million views to date, a fan base growing at a phenomenal rate and a jam packed diary LoudKidz are set to be the pop act everybody is talking about this Summer.