TEENAGE students from Priestley College are set to become the next band to emerge from the town as they work their way into top gigs.

Hollow Vandals is starting to make a name for itself in Warrington after starting out in Old Town House and working its way to Parr Hall for the Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival.

The band consists of James Broad, 18, from Orford, Liam Fraser, 17, from Newton-le-Willows and 18-year-old Cian Brown and 17-year-old Mischigan Taylor, both from the town centre.

Cian recently studied music at Priestly College while Mischigan, Liam and James have now studied there for two years.

Hollow Vandals have been playing gigs in well known venues around Warrington including Old Town House.

With the news of it shutting down, Hollow Vandals did one last gig to say goodbye, ending with a song written for the pub, Old Town Flat.

After only being together for a year, the band recorded two songs; Soma and Halfway to the Moon and released them both in January.

Soon after the release, the song Halfway to the Moon reached more than 1,000 streams on Spotify.

Hollow Vandals are soon to have their first gig in Manchester, headlining in August.