ALTERNATIVE rock band The Diesel Trees, whose singer Ryan Hanson lives in Keighley, is back on the live circuit.

The band will play the 360 Club, Leeds, on April 19 along with Light Show, Young Amphibians and Greedy Souls.

The band, formed in early 2017, are forging a live reputation for their strong onstage image and mind-blowing rock anthems.

The band’s influences come from Stone Roses, Oasis and The Beatles along with Pink Floyd and The Jam.

The band consists of Ryan Hanson on lead vocals, Lee Ambler on lead guitar and backing vocals, Adi Wright on drums and Dean Finelli on bass and backing vocals.

The Diesel Trees scored a top 10 hit on the unsigned chart of Box on Line Radio with the single Bad Blood in January last year.

They went on to support The Southmartins, a tribute band playing House Martins and Beautiful South hits, at the O2 Academy Leeds, and have also performed with Bruce Foxton’s From The Jam.

They played Cleckheaton Beer and Music Festival and the Oxjam Festival in Sowerby Bridge, and have booked further festivals for this year.

A spokesman said: “The Diesel Trees will guarantee an excellent live show full of energy and crowd-pleasing songs.

“We have recorded two brilliant tracks with Mike Heaton, the drummer of the band Embrace, which will make become part of our new EP.

“Our aim is to get our music to as many people as we can.”