The Glitterati formed just two years ago. Paul, Jon, Nic and Billy were in different bands in their hometown of Leeds. Jamie had moved down to London. All had grown frustrated by the limited vision of their peers. But when the five came together in a new band, everything clicked. They shared a love of classic rock ‘n’ roll The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Guns N’ Roses and a hunger to succeed. Kerrang! calls them "a stadium rock band done garage style." NME proclaimed them "brash and brilliant." The Sunday Times said they carry the swagger of Thin Lizzy and the glamour of Ziggy-era Bowie. The Guardian says their songs are "strong enough to propel them into the big league." They are The Glitterati. A rock band so good that the producer of Guns N’ Roses’ world-beating ‘Appetite For Destruction’ album chose to work with them. A band endorsed by GN’R/Velvet Revolver star Slash. A band with self-belief bordering on outright cockiness, who believe they can be the biggest and the best in the world. A band who to quote Kerrang! again "look like God¹s gift to the stage and sound utterly honed for success." In short, a band that matters.