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Jordan Allen hail from Greater Manchester and with Danny Quin on guitar, Kieran Loughran on bass, Nathan Howard on drums and their namesake, Jordan, as the charismatic singer/songwriter they are forging their way in the industry as a true 21st century rock’n’roll band. They have built a solid reputation over the last couple of years for releasing top tracks each and every time.

In 2016, under the guidance of Brontone Management (Muse, The Pogues, Pulled Apart by Horses) they locked themselves away in Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios creating singles including ‘Helter Skelter’, ‘Too Much Too Soon’ and ‘Dancing In The Dark’. They soon became regular fixtures of BBC Radio 6 Music and Radio X, selling out gigs and performing on stages of Leeds and Reading Festivals to enthusiastic crowds.

However, it hasn’t all been plain sailing. After their triumphant Reading & Leeds shows, Jordan tragically lost his father to cancer which stopped the band in their tracks. In time, Jordan was able to work through his grief and pain to create the hopeful and optimistic piece, ‘110 Ways To Make Things Better’, a timeless and endearing tribute to Jordan’s father, which was rather fittingly voted as the public’s number one anthem of Virgin Radio’s Freshfest from thousands of entries.

In 2017, the band played Tramlines, Dot To Dot, Live At Leeds and Isle Of Wight and toured all over the UK with their mates The Sherlocks. Their new track, ‘R.O.S.I.E’ (produced by David Rahad-Jones) received loads of airtime on BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 6Music, and Radio X-Posure Playlist as well as being made Mark Richardson’s Record Of The Week on Virgin Radio. They also managed a 16-date sell-out UK winter headline tour proving how popular and current the band still were to their fans old and new.

And now in 2018, the band have returned reinvigorated and ready to take on the world once more with what may be their most ambitious single to date: ’Synchronised’, a powerful and potent new release keeping Jordan Allen right at the top of their game.

Known for their integrity, honesty and as more rational rock’n’rollers, Jordan Allen are a band you can believe in and trust. With a seemingly unstoppable momentum driving the band to ever greater heights, the time is now for Jordan Allen.

Don’t miss the band at some of the country’s finest festivals this summer, including Liverpool Sound City, Kendal Calling, Hardwick Live and Bingley Music Live.

For full upcoming live dates see listings below, or head to:


28 APRIL – The Leopard, Doncaster

30 APRIL – Dalton Rooms, Lancaster

05 MAY – Liverpool Sound City

09 MAY – Sheffield, England – Café Totem

10 MAY – Oxford, England  – The Cellar

17 MAY – The Ritz , Manchester  (Supporting The Bluetones)

27 JULY – Kendal Calling

19 AUGUST  Hardwick Live Festival

31 AUGUST – Bingley Music Live Festival







Twitter: @JordanAllenUK/

Instagram @jordanallenuk


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