new lead singer announced
ahead of UK tour
lyric video for song from
self-titled debut album 

Wigan based hard rock band Bigfoot have replaced their lead singer after holding auditions over the

summer. An official statement from the band reads:

After careful consideration and deliberation, we are incredibly excited to officially introduce you to

our new lead vocalist, Sean Seabrook. We have been working very hard behind the scenes over

the past few weeks to find the right person for this role and we are ready to push forward with Sean.

We are all feeling very positive and excited about this new phase together! All of our shows from

September onwards will go ahead as planned and we hope that you can come and be a part of 

the next chapter for Bigfoot. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the vocalists

that took the time to apply and wish all of them the best of luck in the future. 


Seabrook himself states: “I would like to say thank you to the lads for allowing me to be a part of the

family. I have been a fan of Bigfoot for some time and to now be a working part of the machine is

a true honour. I can’t wait to see what I can bring to the band and what the future holds for us.

I know I’m right in saying that we are all itching to get out on the road together. Personally, I can’t

wait to take the stage fronting this band and meeting all the fans. See you all soon!”

Bigfoot will be on tour this autumn, with confirmed UK shows as follows :

13.09.18  WIGAN Boulevard

28.09.18  STOKE Eleven

29.09.18  MANCHESTER Rebellion

30.09.18  GRIMSBY Yardbirds

04.10.18  EVESHAM Ironroad

05.10.18  NUNEATON Queens Hall

06.10.18  LONDON New Cross Inn

07.10.18  CARDIFF Fuel

10.10.18  YORK Fulford Arms

11.10.18  EDINBURGH Bannermans

12.10.18  NEWCASTLE Cluny 2

13.10.18  CARLISLE Brickyard

14.10.18  SHEFFIELD Corporation

18.10.18  BLACKPOOL Waterloo

19.10.18  LEEDS Key Club

20.10.18  NOTTINGHAM Rockingham Festival

03.11.18  PONTYPRIDD Muni Arts Centre

30.11.18  WOLVERHAMPTON Slade Rooms

01.12.18  TRECCO BAY Planet Rockstock

14.12.18  BRADFORD Underground

15.12.18  PRESTON 53 Degrees


The self-titled debut album by Bigfoot was released in October 2017 and was voted the no. 11 

Album of the Year in the Planet Rock magazine readers poll as well as receiving critical praise.

“Commanding vocals, a twin guitar attack that meshes fierce staccato rhythms and lightning lead 

guitar lines, and a stomping beat all combine to grab your attention. 8 out of 10” 


“This is some of the most enjoyable rock you will hear all year. 10 out of 10” 



Sean Seabrook – vocals

Sam Millar – guitar

Mick McCullagh – guitar

Matt Avery – bass

Tom Aspinall – drums

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