Glasgow rockers Yashin arrive in Preston tomorrow night to give rock fans aged 14 and over a treat.
The Scottish hardcore six piece will play a show at the city’s 53 Degrees which, unusually, will allow younger fans in.
With a gathering army of fans across the UK and Europe, US American vocalist Harry Radford and Scottish-born Kevin Miles front the band who have won British and European support slots alongside Papa Roach, as well as their own string of sell out shows.
Singles Get Loose and Friends In High Places got them to the top of Scuzz TV and Kerrang playlists while third single Stand Up earned them Video Of The Week on Kerrang and a BBC Radio 1 session.
Having spent 2011 working on their second album, released through Pledge Music campaign, they are now tipped as one of the UK’s best upcoming rock outfits. Tickets for the 14-plus show are £10 advance on 01772 893000.