Named as Radio 1’s Jack Saunders' 'Next Wave', and supported in DIY’s Neu section as “steadily rising the indie rock ranks”, Bandit are a Liverpool four-piece, taking influence from the likes of Fontaines D.C, Cage The Elephant, and The Strokes, twisting personal experiences into unapologetic anthems firing dominant choruses straight from the notebook of, frontman, Nat Waters.

Holding the title of being one of the UK's 'Hot New Bands' on Spotify, the quartet's debut EP, Here's To Being Alive, is a brash tale of nights out, the journey of being in love, and the celebration of life's experiences.

“It’s very rabble rousing, get involved, big indie songs” - DORK (Down With Boring Podcast) “A great example of when you’re making music, just going all out and giving it all your energy” - Jack Saunders, BBC Radio 1 “Steadily rising the indie rock ranks” - DIY

“Lyrics are both romantically cutesy and cuttingly smart” - Gigwise

“Their raucous and incendiary sound seems to feel more vital and cutting edge with every release.” - Clout