AN indie pop band who have supported Olly Murs, Louisa Johnson, Madness, Sir Tom Jones, CeeLo Green and Busted will be coming to Carlisle for a headline show.

Formed at the University of Cumbria, London-based band The Tailormade have played in the region a number of times in recent years.

They present their live show at The Brickyard on Friday October 19.

Crowned the ‘Best Buskers in London’ by Mayor Boris Johnson, the lads have since played to more than 20,000 people at Pride in London, in Trafalgar Square.

Autumn 2016 saw the boys headhunted by BBC Radio 1 to appear as their Breakfast Show House Band, performing alongside The Vamps and James Arthur.

The Tailormade released their debut EP, Thoughts Fears and Beers, at London’s 02 Academy to a sell-out audience in 2016.

Releases since have included last year's four-track effort Little Loving, this spring's Life of Sampson EP, and latest single Crossed My Mind, which landed last month.

Following the release of singles Mr Perfect and Rum And Red Bull, the boys have just supported Madness and George Ezra before heading off on their own headline UK tour this autumn.

The band - made up of Matt Pickersgill, Jack Frimston and Aaron Murphy - still have strong ties to the University of Cumbria, and their self-penned track, The Best Days of Our Lives, is the soundtrack to a series of promotional videos issued by the University of Cumbria.

The Tailormade appear at The Brickyard on Friday October 19, and tickets are available from the venue and via www.seetickets.com