Doncaster band Escape the Curfew rocked the iconic Leopard music venue last Saturday night

Doncaster band Escape the Curfew rocked the iconic Leopard music venue last Saturday night, thrilling fans with their incredible performance as they celebrated the release of their latest single, "Butterflies and Lies."
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The band, known for their high-energy shows and infectious stage presence, once again evidenced the insanely amazing guitar rifts, soul stirring base and arguably the best drummer in the UK, all supporting a lead singer who is already an icon amongst his fans.

Fans from all over the country flocked to Doncaster to see Escape the Curfew in action, and they were not disappointed. The band's new single follows in the footsteps of their previous hits, "Devils Advocate" and "City Lights," both of which have garnered critical acclaim and tens of thousands of streams online. with "Devils advocate" hitting over 110.000 streams.

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The excitement surrounding Escape the Curfew was palpable on Saturday night, with the venue quickly selling out of band merchandise in record time. Fans clamored trying to get their hands on t-shirts and other memorabilia, eager to show their support for the band.

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"We couldn't believe how quickly everything sold out," said lead singer Rafael Richardson. "It's amazing to see such strong support from our fans, both online and at our gigs. We couldn't do what we do without them."

Escape the Curfew have certainly made a name for themselves in the music scene, and with performances like the one at the Leopard, it's easy to see why. Keep an eye out for this talented band as they continue to take the music world by storm.

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