SEATTLE rock and rollers Smokey Brights can be seen at the Parish in Huddersfield on October 25 as they promote latest EP Different Windows.

The EP is the second the band has released this year on indie label Freakout Records, after “Come to Terms” in January gained heavy airplay on independent radio stations throughout the US.

The title track of Smokey Brights’ latest effort premiered on iconic independent radio station KEXP, who dubbed the track “the existential dance hit of the summer”.

Both of the band’s 2018 EPs were produced by British producer Sam Bell (R.E.M, Snow Patrol, Bloc Party) in the renowned Seattle grunge-era studios Studio Litho and Hall of Justice.

Smokey Brights is fronted by husband-and-wife songwriting duo Kim West and Ryan Devlin whose love of 70’s rock and disco records, early MTV music videos, and thrift shop fashion inform their warm vintage sound.

The band have been performing their infectiously positive and high energy show at sell-out venues in their native Seattle for several years.

Ryan and Kim first met while serving pies at a South Seattle restaurant in their early 20s.

Devlin, a fixture in the Northwest’s thriving DIY rock scene, and West, an aspiring law student, started writing and recording songs during a cash-strapped Christmas as their friendship blossomed into romance.