A band formed in Diss just two years ago say they have got a “taste for the big time” after their biggest show to date, supporting established rockers Young Guns on Friday.
Chasing Creation, which comprises of Will How on drums, 19, Ethan Keens-Soper, 20, on lead vocals and guitar and Matt Cranswick, also 20, on bass, were formed while the trio were studying at Diss High School.
And they received the biggest break of their short musical careers so far on Friday night in their support slot at The Aquarium in Lowestoft, playing in front of about 300 people.
Drummer Will, who lives in Diss, said: “It was a bit of a weird feeling. We were nervous on the way down, but we were immediately greeted by Young Guns and they were really nice and down-to-earth people.
“They started to talk to us and relaxed us.
“It was a strange thing to be relaxed as it was a massive deal for us.
We have never been on tour, we have always wanted to, so being part of someone’s headline UK tour has given us an insight as to what it could be likeChasing Creation drummer Will How
“We have never been on tour, we have always wanted to, so being part of someone’s headline UK tour has given us an insight as to what it could be like.
“It was very insightful, it was a really good experience.”
“It was a really good show, and we were really pleased with how it went.”
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