Indigo Sky
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Indigo Sky

Denbigh, United Kingdom | Established. Jan 01, 2012

Denbigh, United Kingdom
Established on Jan, 2012
Band Alternative Pop




"Schott's list review of "Hide""

"Indigo Sky dropped Hide just before Christmas, a barn storming, epic rock anthem only a north west band could do well or with an oz of sincerity. You can catch them on the 23rd at Telford’s Warehouse. Looking forward to catching these guys finally." - Danial Schott

"JJAM "Working with Indigo Sky""

“Working with Indigo Sky is always a pleasure, they are 4 extremely talented musicians who are always professional and easy to work with. The music produced is outstanding which is set on fire by their live performance and passion. Indigo Sky’s music and lyrics are amongst the very best out there and can only be described as energising, uplifting, inspirational, catchy, and musically brilliant.” - Glen & Donna Jones"

"Shauna McLarnon - UMMAGMA"

"This is definitely one of the better bands from Wales these days, check them out!" - Shauna McLarnon

"EP Review - Link2Wales"

“Indigo sky are just busy being themselves which is the most important thing in my eyes and their new EP, ‘Between Here And Where You Want To Be’ is packed full of charm and promise. Producer Marc Joy (Oasis, Primal Scream) has recorded the band without over cooking the tunes and the whole thing sounds pretty fresh. Learning that they cover the Arctic Monkeys in their live set will probably hint more at the bands direction than those other two bands I mentioned before and I think that for a group which is only a year or two old they are musically exactly where they should be. Exploring approaches and finding their feet. Indigo Sky are a great band and the EP really shines. I hope that the next year or so will see them discovering more of their own voice. Definitely one to watch !” - Ash Cooke

"Gig Review -Town Hall, Denbigh"

"The next band had an hour slot to fill, which I thought would be far too long for a small, indie rock group from Denbigh. Upon hearing their set time, I immediately dreaded having to sit through an hour of dreary indie music about something or other. This impression was almost instantly brushed aside by Indigo Sky however, as they got most of the crowd up on their feet for the first time and launched in to what was a surprisingly entertaining song. Far from the drivel I was expecting, Indigo Sky was an upbeat, entertaining and well-rehearsed outfit. I can’t in all honesty name a single one of their songs after the evening, but I’d probably recognise one if I heard it. These guys have a great sound and a huge catalogue of songs to back that up. - Neil Crud

"Live Review - The Bay Horse, Manchester"

“They play well, the singer can sing without a doubt, and I notice the drummer has some interesting beats as the first few songs go by, reacting to what is being played at times in an unexpected but good way. The guitar lines are what the songs need, simple but fitting. The land of Wales from where they hail seems to have given them a yearning feel to a lot of their music. A song of theirs named “Anything Could Happen” seems to say that what they want to happen is to escape, maybe not from Wales but from obscurity. A sentiment everyone feels at times. They throw a little Killers style synth into the mix, handled by their frontman who switches from the keys to the guitar during the song it features most heavily on.” - Cherry Valentine Presents


Pretty Intentions (Album) 2013
Between Here & Where You Want To Be (EP) 2014
Hide (Single) 2015
Bring Me To My Knees (Single) 2015
Don't Walk (Single) 2016 -



Established in 2011, Indigo Sky have developed and found their sound through hard work and passion for the bands music and direction. With consistent live shows, touring both UK and US as well as recording when possible over the past 5 years, Indigo Sky have moved from strength to strength.
On the road is where the band is at it's happiest, putting on the best live performance as possible comes before everything. Indigo Sky have supported bands such as Catfish & The Battlement, Circa Waves, Canterbury, Young Kato and Manmade. *Soon to be supporting The Undertones*

The 4 piece have received praise from Dave Monks (BBC Introducing Merseyside), Simon Raymond (Amazing Radio) and Johnny Marr after he attended one of the bands shows in Chester.

Band Members