A BAND from Spalding is hoping to take another step towards the chance of being signed in a national music competition.
Careless Chemistry have wowed the Live and Unsigned judging panel and sailed through the auditions to the next stage of the competition.
They will now take to the stage at Bedford Corn Exchange for a live regional final showcase.
Careless Chemistry are a five-piece pop-punk band with hardcore influences.
They are made up by front woman Danni Turner (15), lead guitarist Callum Martin-Moore (15), rhythm guitarist Tom Woodroffe (14), drummer Dylan Goodacre-Taylor (15) and bassist Steve Jackson (19).
The band’s influences are mainly Four Year Strong, City Lights, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! and A Day To Remember.
The band started two years ago but have only had their current line-up for a short time.
They write their own songs and are starting to make an impact on the local music scene with help from Devoured Management.
Careless Chemistry battled against hundreds of other auditionees to secure a spot in the live shows and now have the opportunity to prove that they are the best in the region.
The live regional final showcase will be in front of thousands of spectators and a judging panel which includes judges from Kerrang, NME Radio and Radio One.
The best auditionees from the regional final showcase also get the opportunity to play support slots with a selection of major headlining acts.
The next round of the competition is on April 2 at the Bedford Corn Exchange.
Tickets are available by emailing the band at firstname.lastname@example.org, going on their Myspace at www.myspace.com/carelesschemistry or their Facebook.
For more information, check out the Live and Unsigned website www.liveandunsigned.uk.com.