2020 saw Sancho Panza perform a SOLD OUT, debut headliner, show at The Bodega Social Club and appear on Tom Robinson’s BBC 6 Music Introducing Mixtape.
Since forming they have appeared as main supports around the country for the likes of Inhaler, Fling and The Rhythm Method. Throughout 2019, the band garnered a trilogy of singles all which were played and supported by BBC’s Dean Jackson, Scuff of The Neck and Phlexx Records.
Filling the capacity for both their single launch in October at Rough Trade Notts & achieving top billing at Rescue Rooms for Beat The Streets, the band’s increasingly large crowds are a testament to their growing cult following amongst the Midlands.
“The 2200 Year Event”, Sancho’s second single, received a place on Spotify’s Hot New Bands playlist and became their fastest-growing track to date. With 20,000 streams and counting under their belt anticipation awaits their upcoming releases.
Emulating sounds from the early 90s Manchester scene and progressive 60s artists, they are the most exciting and illusive talked about group to come from the city of Robin Hood in the past decade.
An update on this year’s Splendour Festival. Read our full statement below and on our website here: https://t.co/SBbidJymV9 https://t.co/4DjbJWbvNB
23rd June 2021