Lights will go low when four Finnish indie-rockers arrive in Sheffield.
Satellite Stories, formed in Finland in 2008, have a Valentine’s date at The Harley, on Glossop Road, tomorrow.
The quartet – singer Esa Mankinen, guitarist Marko Heikkinen, Jyri Pesonen on bass and drummer Olli-Pekka Ervasti – are on a short UK tour after the release of single Lights Go Low last week.
A band spokesman said: “The group have generated a reputation for creating powerful indie pop.
“The year 2012 saw the band release their debut album Phrases to Break the Ice before touring extensively through Europe.
“Their energetic sound has led to them receiving comparisons with bands such as Two Door Cinema Club and Tokyo Police Club.
“Their first single of 2014 is Lights Go Low. Paying testament to their incredible live shows, the single demonstrates why the group were such a resounding success at their summer festival appearances.”
Satellite Stories play The Harley, Glossop Road, tomorrow. Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets are £7.