This rule-breaking band began their career by sneaking into their manager’s grounds and setting up a full PA without invitation. It was clear these guys were never going to go unheard.

Their energetic and edgy live performances have gained them a reputation as electrifying. The Wholls’ live shows make punk rock look like a picnic – performed with an energy and enthusiasm rivaled by nobody.

2016 saw The Wholls performing all the key UK festivals culminating in BBC Radio 1 choosing the band to represent the ‘best of’ Reading Festival where The Wholls dominated the BBC Introducing stage to rave reviews.

After their appearance at Leeds Festival the following day the band flew out to Germany to play a sold-out show at Headcrash for their appearance at Reeperbahn Festival. Over 200 people were turned away after queuing round the block to get in, but those who managed to squeeze in witnessed an unforgettable performance. Sony Music was among them and The Wholls signed a licensing deal in November 2016.

Their TV profile is building week on week with the track ‘Roll Out’ alone being used by: ITV, BBC, Channel 4, Sky Sports and BT Sports as soundbeds for Formula 1 coverage and Euro ’16, Top Gear and Tattoo Fixers have aired Roll Out April ’17, and overseas (U.S.) the song was used as the main theme by ESPN for NFL Monday night football for the latest season.

The Wholls completed their first European tour supporting ‘Royal Republic’ March 2017 playing to crowds up to 3,000. Sony have released the band’s first single in Germany to be followed by the debut album release in May. Back in the UK Jack Daniel’s have just announced the ‘Jack 7’ – 7 bands that are hotly tipped and are performing on Jack Daniel’s stages across the major UK festivals. In addition to being on this line up The Wholls have a full festival calendar to look forward to, along with a residency at Sage in Berlin throughout May.

There is a reason everybody is talking about this band – The Wholls are quite simply a hard-working bunch of mates with bags of charisma, hook-laden songs, boundless energy and their sights set firmly on the world’s stadiums.