Freewheeling from the heartlands of Britain’s blossoming guitar music scene, Liverpool’s Factory burst with fizzing ambition, their music a revealing statement of power and poise. Factory have crafted songs for the stage, purposely reaching out to audiences reveling in the sing-aloud, communal gig experience.
Their sound, a nod to the past but firmly rooted in the present, mixed with a killer live show, has seen a meteoric rise from local gigs to support slots with the like of Primal Scream as well as festival slots at Y Not, Liverpool Sound City, Tramlinesand Dot to Dot all within a dizzying 18 months.
2018 saw Factory pick up a management deal with Salvation Records, who broke and manage Swiss Kraut-Disco band Klaus Johann Grobe on an international level. This was followed quickly by the single ‘Crosses’ which was produced by Sugar House (Viola Beach, Pale Waves, Glass Caves). Due to major Spotifyplaylisting ‘Crosses’ managed to double their lifetime Spotify plays in just one week.
With their first UK headline tour with This Feeling closing out 2018 in style with a sold out Liverpool release show, as well as Fred Perry Subculture naming them as one’s to watch, Factory started 2019 in the same vein with new single ‘Remote Controller’ gaining the band’s first national radio play from Radio X and their first major festival appearance at Y Not Festival.
‘High octane singalong anthem’ Radio X
‘The quartet is notorious for creating a storm of guitars loud enough to wake up the neighbouring town. Banish the fog in your mind and open up your world to the gruff voice and controlled energy of Factory.’ Gigslutz
Management: Anthony Nyland @ Salvation Records