Acclaimed leading lights of Britpop Shed Seven, have achieved great success since they burst onto the scene in 1994, releasing five albums including 2017’s top 10 album ‘Instant Pleasures’ and scoring fourteen Top 40 singles.
Since getting back together in 2007, Shed Seven have continued to sell out shows across the UK, with their current 2023 shows also sold out. However, if you’re a Shed Seven fan or a fan of Britpop music, we’ve compiled a list of other artists and bands that are similar to Shed Seven.
So, check out our list, get listening to their songs and book your tickets to see them live.
Manchester band James have garnered huge success since forming in the 1980’s. With 16 studio albums, more than 25 million albums sold worldwide and countless top 10 singles and albums, if you don’t know who James are but are a fan of Shed Seven, we’d recommend giving them a listen and booking tickets to see them live! Although their 40th anniversary orchestral tour is sold out, you can book tickets to see them later this summer at venues across the country.
Currently out on their first live shows since 2015, north-west rock band Inspiral Carpets still have more shows planned for this summer. The shows will be a celebration of the music that has brought so much joy to people over the last 34 years and will give fans the chance to sing along to their favourite hits and commemorate the life of their former drummer Craig Gill who passed away in 2016. If you’re a fan of Shed Seven, we’d also recommend giving Inspiral Carpets a listen and grabbing some tickets to their upcoming shows!
The iconic Pulp announced their return to the live stage last year. Formed in Sheffield in 1978, the band – now, Jarvis Cocker, Candida Doyle, Nick Banks and Mark Webber - have gone on to release countless UK Top 10 singles and albums, played at numerous festivals and won a Mercury Prize Award. For all the Shed Seven fans, check out Pulp if you haven’t already and secure your tickets to catch them headlining Warrington’s Neighbourhood Weekender this May.
Mercury Music Prize winner and brit-pop heavyweights Suede have received critical acclaim from the media and fans alike in their 30-plus-years as a band. Having entirely sold-out their March 2023 tour dates, the group have announced extra dates with to meet huge demand. The tour marks Suede’s ninth studio album ‘Autofiction’, which debuted at number two in the UK Albums Chart and marked the highest charting LP since 1999’s ‘Head Music’, the album was released to widespread critical praise and excitement. If you’ve missed out on Shed Seven tickets, give Suede a listen and book your tickets for their upcoming shows when they go on sale on Friday 28th April.