They have shared the stage with pop sensations The Wanted and Union J.
And now up-and-coming band In Hindsight have visited lucky students at Colne Park High School to spread their anti-drugs message and perform their infectious brand of pop and rock.
The group, which is made up of brothers Michael (vocals and guitar) and Daniel Newcombe (drums and vocals), and their good friend Isaac Anderson (vocals and guitar), are using their growing popularity to enforce the message that “drugs aren’t cool – we don’t touch them”.
Assistant headteacher Mrs Rebecca Howlett said: “As a school, we obviously teach our students about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse, but we thought the message would mean more to the students coming from In Hindsight.
“The music industry is perceived as an environment where drugs are readily available, yet they’ve turned their backs on drugs and encourage students to do the same.”
The band, who embark on a national tour in July and who are named after an episode of British sitcom The Inbetweeners, also spent time signing photos and posed for countless “selfies” during their trip to Pendle.