Artist Application

Thank you for your interest in Bands For Hire agency. We're always on the lookout for talented new acts no matter what genre or type, we're currently very interested in working with new acoustic acts, indie bands, 3/4-piece function bands and jazz trios across the country.

As you can imagine, we receive hundreds of applications from bands and artists, sometimes up to three or four emails per day. Whilst some agencies may be content to list hundreds of bands of varying standards, we are only interested in those who display an exceptional level of talent. If you think you've got what it takes and would like to join the agency, here are a few things to consider before emailing:

  • Do you have top notch demo's? Your demo is an example of you, it's the first and possibly the only thing that clients will hear before they book you and so you need to make sure these are the very best you can produce. Take a listen to a range of bands on this website and you'll get an idea of the quality we're after.
  • Do you have awesome hi-resolution studio photos? Before a client even listens to your music, they're going to look at your profile photos and so these need to be high quality and really give the client a feel for you and your music.
  • Do you have a video? If you haven't got one, then hopefully you have plans for the near future. Although we do take on acts without a video, you'll find you get far more interest if you do.

If you think you tick all the boxes and would like to apply to be part of our agency, please list all the details below and email us using our contact form.

  • Band Name*
  • Location*
  • Link to photos*
  • Link to mp3's*
  • Link to Video
  • Current Local Rates
  • Line-up

If we like what we hear, we'll get back to you to talk about the next step. If you don't hear from us within 5 working days, it unfortunately means you're not quite what we're looking for. If you'd like feedback on your application, please email us back and we'll be happy to point you in the right direction.