Yashin's Last One Standing spring 2012 tour - tickets available now

Posted: 31st October 2011

In Scotland's fine tradition of home-grown rock come post-hardcore outfit, Yashin. Formed in Glasgow in 2006, Yashin really kicked-off in 2009 when dual lead vocalists Harry Radford and Kevin Miles joined to replace the departing Michael Rice, making the band a six-piece and bringing both a new sound and a renewed energy.

The new line-up soon recorded their debut LP, 'Put Your Hands Where I Can See Them', released in early 2012. Vocals from the American-born Radford and the native Miles gave Yashin's record a stand-out appeal, and the front pair soon helped the band to a reputation for exciting live performances.

Into 2011, a second record is being written and Yashin have played the Download and SlamDunk festivals in the UK and Austria's NovaRock Festival. They've shared the stage with Lostprophets and Enter Shikari and played on Papa Roach's sold-out European tour. They have also been supporting Californian rockers Black Veil Brides on their current UK tour, along with UK counterparts My Passion.

Yashin's Last One Standing Tour begins at The Arches in their hometown of Glasgow on 10th March, followed by shows in York, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff and London (Underworld) before the final gig at Sub89 in Reading on 25th March 2012.

We have tickets available now for all dates, priced £10 for London and just £8.50 for other venues.

Stewart Darkin