AN INDIE rock band are setting pulses racing after playing a private gig in Los Angeles.

Record Street, made up of Barnoldswick-based brothers, Lewis, Danny, and Brandon Bannister alongside friend Josh Ashworth, played at a private birthday event and mingled with stars.

Among the faces were American drummer for Alice Cooper, Glen Sobel, and country music legend Dolly Parton.

Danny said: “We were all buzzing, it was such a good opportunity for us. Our manger, who is from Germany, but lives out in LA, organised it.

“To be recognised by other people in the music industry is great for us, and we hope this is the start of something big.

“It was our first time in the States too, so everyone was all revved up for it. Keep your eye out, because I really think things are about to get going now.”

The band recorded their debut album in Copenhagen and have a scheduled tour in Europe later this year, with gigs planned in countries including Germany.

Record Street describe themselves as a unique indie rock band with a raw sound and a steady fan base. They are hoping to increase their popularity by touring around the world.

Speaking about a gig they played at the Electric Church in Blackburn, Danny said: “The show in Blackburn was amazing. It was a good turnout and the people who came were really nice.

“We really want to thank everyone who continuously supports us because we couldn’t do all of this without it.

“It really does mean a lot to us. We also want to thank our manager in LA, because she makes all of this possible, and we get the exposure when we do gigs, especially the LA date.”

The band will play in Barnoldswick on Saturday May 25 with The Strawberries.