Stray Scene are currently playing gigs around England, at venues such as Manchester Academy, Leeds Brundenel Social, Manchester’s Night and Day, London Nambucca, Leeds University (Headline) Cockpit (Headline), Liverpool Zanzibar, York Duchess (Headline), Fibbers, Barflys and have played well over 200 gigs.
Stray Scene are proud to have played with some of the best names in the UK including Cast, Twisted Wheel, The Sherlocks, Lightening Seeds, Otherkin, Alias Kid, Inspiral Carpets, The Rifles, JUDAS, Jackobins, Glass Caves, Sisteray, Various Cruelties, Chris Helme (Seahorses), Tea Street Band, The Slow Readers Club, 12 Dirty Bullets, Exit Calm, All the young and many more. Stray Scene have had their tracks played on BBC Introducing radio stations and are touring tracks from their debut album “Vive Somnium” which was released in November 2016.


‘’Stray Scene have all the ingredients of a band that are on the verge of becoming something huge. They produce the kind of tunes that make you remember where you were and what you were doing when you heard it. – an instant memory. Their energetic shows are becoming quite legendary and their summer festival appearances, recognition from BBC Introducing and recent support slots are showing that the world is sitting up and taking notice of Stray Scene. The Oxjam Leeds team did a teeny tiny giddy dance when they confirmed their slot and we think that you all need to do the same when you add them to your “must see” list for Oxjam Leeds’’

Fiona – Head of Oxjam Leeds

I saw Stray Scene last week and as gigs go it was carnage, fans jumping around on stage, music definitely needs a band like these great live act a must see.

Jericho Keys – BBC Introducing/Radio 1

Never let it be said that Stray Scene is your typical alternative/indie rock band — oh no, they are far from it. There’s a retro vibe to their music harking back to the 1960’s motorcycle culture and go-go clubs. It just screams cool …

Rebecca Singer – Award winning American journalist

You need to see Stray Scene quick whilst they are at the smaller venues as this band is going to be big.

Coast and County Radio