SUNSPOTS – I Know What You Don’t – Single Review

Author: Peter Bennett

Leeds New Comers SUNSPOTS have an indie pop blend that’s starting to turn heads. Current, fresh and it’s roots deeply planted in indie rock their new single ‘I Know What You Don’t’ is out now.



Forming in 2015, Sunspots are a four piece indie/pop band from Leeds.  A strong end to 2015, with a run of a few successful gigs has made Sunspots a band on the up, and their début single “I Know What You Don’t” is available to listen to now,  released on the 28th of January.

“I Know What You Don’t” is a strong début from the Leeds four-piece, The intro is grabs you, it’s made to be heard. When the lyrics join, they are are sung with a swagger and confidence, rarely seen from newer artist these days, which match the vibe of the whole song.

They music they are creating should fit in well with popular music of the last few years such as Catfish and the Bottlemen achieving commercial success, The Libertines more relevant then ever,  and with the 1975’s second album due out this year, the genre could become very relevant again. They’re definitely a band to listen out for, as they are continuously growing and developing new fans. They have a full sound, like they have been a band for years. Keep your eyes peeled for Sunspots.