Formed in April 2018, Takeaway Thieves played their debut gig in June, followed the day after with an acoustic lunch time gig which was recorded and released in early August "#WaterlooCoustic"
Featuring ex members of Hooker, Ten and Dragstrip Junkies the band have secured Live dates, supporting so far The Quireboys, Electric Boys, Massive Wagons, EnuffZNuff, Love/Hate, Towers of London, The Erotics and Shark Island and played at HRH Sleaze Festival, Rockwich Festival.
Securing Management they recorded their ep at John Sykes (Whitesnake/Blue Murder) Berlin Studios they released their debut single "I Wish You Were Dead" March 22nd and the four track Ep "This is RocknRoll" released May.
So Takeaway Thieves didnt release their DEBUT album in 2020 ...recording resumes in October.... They did self record and film a single Find My Way Home.
They were one of the first bands to play an online gig which was watched by over 15000 LIVE raising over £2000 that night ...and one of the last to play in a venue in the UK before Lockdown ..never asking for a tip with online gigs they have raised over £6000 for various charities.
With their First Headline gig at the Waterloo Blackpool selling out in 3 days and having secured 8 Festival slots for 2021 amongst other dates and the release of their debut album the band are going from strength to strength with a loyal following