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Angels With Dirty Faces have announced their new line up and have expanded from a 5 piece to a new, exciting 7 member band.

Female vocalists Kalli Ashton and Amanda David have joined the Angels, adding a unique and exciting dynamic to an already existing array of talent.

Kalli Ashton, a singer songwriter from Nottingham, released her debut EP ‘Wings’ in 2015 with her debut single ‘Worth Your While’ getting airplay on BBC Introducing followed by BBC Local Radio thanks to support from Mark Forrest. With a distinctive vocal tone, Kalli is a great addition.

Hailing from Northern Ireland, Amanda David is no stranger to music. Playing guitar, Ukulele and being a talented songwriter, she has been performing from an early age. Regularly performing on the circuit and with love of country music, Amanda has secured interest from industry types over the past few years and brings a great sound, harmony and image to fit the Angels.

Also included in the new line up, is drummer Dan Jordan. Dan has been playing the drums for 10 years and achieved a distinction at Grade 8. He now teaches for Yamaha and has a degree in Music Technology. His live performances let his high energy, deep groove and tasteful fills show how much he loves music.

Bringing the new line up together with existing members, Stuart Landon, Neil Cook, Chris Bucknall and Jack Donald shows the unique approach that the band are taking in the music industry and are looking forward to the next chapter in their journey.

Lead singer Stuart Landon said, “It’s exciting times for us all in the band. The new additions have brought a new found energy and dynamic which we believe will help us achieve greater success”

The band will soon be launching the ‘Angels Sessions’ a weekly YouTube show featuring live versions of their music plus special guest artists from the Country scene.

The success that Angels With Dirty Faces have had over the past year is now set to sky rocket as they continue to focus on recording their next single and EP as well as playing many country and mainstream festivals.