Air Drawn Dagger are a female fronted Alternative Rock band from Sheffield with an eclectic mix of Electronic, Grunge, Punky – Angst- Pop sounds.
Guitarist Lewis met vocalist Maisie in 2014 and began writing songs in her Cake Shop after hours. Early gigs as an acoustic duo had them playing to everyone from old punks at Hardcore shows to young couples in Tapas restaurants. This is where they cut their teeth winning over diverse crowds.
In 2015, now a full band, their debut release received heavy support from BBC Introducing and the band began building up a cult fan base throughconstantly gigging across the UK.
Listen to Air Drawn Daggers brand new single ‘Tell Me What You’re Scared Of’ below!
Check out Air Drawn Daggers latest track ‘I’ve Been Going To Church (Just Praying For Disaster)’ below!
“Air Drawn Dagger can’t be pigeon-holed” – York Calling
In 2016 the band signed a publishing deal and released an EP to a sold hometown show at Sheffield’s legendary Corporation. This release received overwhelming praise from the underground press such as Hit The Floor, Mosh & Punktastic as well as further support from BBC Introducing.
2017 was the year the band sign their second publishing deal, embark on extensive touring across the UK and hone their unique sound, whilst supporting a plethora of artists from genres such as Alt Rock, Metal, Pop
Listen to ‘Hope Antidote’ below.
In 2018 the band released new music, appeared across numerous UK festivals, embarked on their first tour across America as well as headlining shows throughout the UK for their rabid fan base.
The name Air Drawn Dagger comes from Macbeth as it is a “characterisation of an emotional outburst”.
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