"A fantastic young band with lots of potential" - Steve Lamacq, BBC 6Music
Pentire are an indie band who make pop songs for the post-jangle generation through the smiles and sweat of the mosh pit. This Herefordshire four-piece tell cheap lager-soaked stories of student life, a small-town upbringing, and the innocence of youth.
Brought up on a diet of The Killers, Paolo Nutini and Stereophonics, frontman and principal songwriter Jack Morgan met his bandmates in the sleepy town of Ross-on-Wye. Having lived their school lives with a burning intention to break out and play shows, Pentire have grown from making a racket in their mum’s shed to selling out venues across the South West.
With support from tastemakers such as Steve Lamacq (BBC 6Music), John Kennedy (RadioX) and Channel 4’s hit show ‘Made in Chelsea’, Pentire embark on their May UK tour in support of new music. After a busy 12 months, playing festivals such as Isle of Wight, their first ever headline tour in Oct 22 and have just completed a UK tour as special guests to Irish indie rock group milk.
Having released new single Spinning in Feb 2023, the first single for almost a year, Pentire have dropped hints of a new EP worth of material for some time. The ‘Now In A Minute’ UK tour could resemble the shape of things to come.