Yashin are an unsigned post-hardcore band formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 2006. School friends Paul Travers and Andrew McShane founded the band together, along with Paul McShane, who was later replaced by Lewis Millen, as well as Michael Rice and David Beaton. The band name originates from the football player Lev Yashin, founding member Paul Travers was nicknamed after the footballer and the name was used for the band. In 2007 they released their first EP Pay To Play, which contained 4 songs. In 2008 they released their second EP Miles Away But Getting Closer which gets its name from the track Heroes (Alive In Us Yet). This second EP featured two songs from Pay To Play; a re-recorded version of So We’re Named After Saints and an acoustic version of Tonight We Dance. In October 2008 Michael Rice announced he was leaving the band due to personal reasons. The rest of the band auditioned potential vocalists for the band and in 2009 announced that Glaswegian Kevin Miles and American Harry Radford would both be fronting the band. The two had auditions one after the other. In 2010 they released their first full length album Put Your Hands Where I Can See Them which featured the singles Friends In High Places, Stand Up and Get Loose! It also featured a cover of Everytime. Read more about Yashin
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Yashin & The James Cleaver Quintet To Support Limp Bizkit At London Brixton Academy Show - Source: Stereoboard
Yashin (above) and The James Cleaver Quintet (below) have just announced that they will be opening up the exclusive UK show for American superstars Limp Bizkit at Londons Brixton Academy on 29th May.
Hailing from Glasgow, Scottish Six Piece Yashin have steadily assembled an army of fans across the UK and Europe with their distinctive sound and ability to capture live crowds.