Roll up! Land of the Giants are soon to embark on Big Breaker tour, a handful of their favourite venues across the country, plus a few new stomping grounds further afield due to high demand. From the depths of the Southwest to the heights of Edinburgh, this is your only chance of 2018 to catch the Plymouth-based boys banging drums and blowing horns in cities across the land. Last Christmas the new single ‘Shine On’ dropped to the whet the appetite of an ever-growing audience. Once satisfied the country has danced its socks off this March, Land of the Giants will be heading back to their Cornish coastal cave dwelling to start working on the debut album, so be sure to catch them while you can.


Since 2009, Land of the Giants have been pulling crowds to tents to groove until they sweat with their foot-stomping beats and contagious enthusiasm. A brass section that will make you grin from ear to ear, a heavy toe-tapping bass line and Andy Quick’s sensuous, soaring vocals will make you wonder why you’ve never danced your socks off to The Giants before.

In 2015, the Plymouth-based boys brought a brand new, funk-inspired EP to the table in the name of “Surrender”. A collection of high-energy summer sounds, with just a lick of calypso, that absolutely demand to be played at full volume out of your stereo.

The last three years have seen The Giants unrepentingly tour the length and breadth of the UK, spreading their fresh and accessible sounds to venues and festivals alike. From packed out stages at Glastonbury, Boomtown and Beautiful Days to rocking venues from Ireland to India, LOTG are well on their way to global domination.

The six-piece collective scooped Best Band in the most recent Southwest Music Awards and have been tipped by many as one of the best emerging live bands in the country. So put your hands up, surrender, and get those dancing shoes on.

“Their barnstorming rabble-rouser of a set was an undoubted highlight of our weekend.”
Kashmir Cafe
Isle of Wight Festival
“These boys rock our world! Land of the Giants utterly raise the roof each time they play and they’re the nicest bunch to work with. Come back please!“
The Half Moon
Putney, London
“This is, in the truest sense of the term, feel-good music, devoid of pretentious sincerity and self-conscious artistic agonies; it’s accessible, it’s danceable, and it’s rhythmic.”
"The sound cuffs you round the side of your head and marches you off into the upbeat world of good times and stomping tunes"
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Pete Yeomans
Music Muso