Go-X Exploding from their valleys roots GO-X are taking the UK by storm. Five sell out shows and 2000 tickets sold in 2009 alone, July's O2 Academy 2 tour promotes their 'Postal' EP already hailed by Rocksound as the "next big thing" "Blisteringly powerful slices of Anthemic Welsh-rock - 8/10"

With a ferocious live show to go with their infectious music, GO-X have been making fans up and down the country in droves. In an industry where even those claiming to do something new are regurgitating old ideas, GO-X usher in a completely unheard of musical identity and bring a genuinely new and fresh sound to the scene. Not only that, they insist on screaming it in your face and shoving it down your throat, spitting it into a crowd of excited teenagers and leaping it from one end of the stage to the other. Doing something new is what GO-X are all about, and they're damn proud to be doing it.

Fresh from Longwave Studios and the discernable eye of Romesh Dadonga [Kids in Glass Houses, Funeral for a Friend, The Blackout], the band launched 'The Postal EP' at Cardiff University in December selling over 500 tickets and establishing themselves as one of the freshest and most sought after unsigned bands from south Wales in 2010. A short stint of English shows proved to be GO-X's making and they crammed Islington's O2 Academy 2 in early February, paving the way for a headline tour in July. Their success in Wales in 2009 gave the band the opportunity to support several high profile acts including Brokencyde, The Blackout and FFAF, with LostProphets singer Ian Watkins DJing their EP launch. They have also shared stages with Hundred Reasons, Attack Attack, Young Guns, Deaf Havana, Outcry Collective, My Passion and Tonight is Goodbye to name a few.

2010 sees GO-X establish themselves in the UK and seek management. Constantly writing, the boys come out with new recorded material every month and are looking to be picked up so they can take the party to the rest of the UK and beyond!