We are a 4 piece (made up from school friends) psychedelic rock band from Stoke-On-Trent. The line-up is Joe on vocals and synth, Lewis on guitar, Charlie on bass and Adam on drums.
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Two lads from Pendle playing popular music acoustically. nick woOD (vocals/guitar) and kyle worrALL (Cajon drum), together = Odall.
A young singer/songwriter from Lincolnshire with a creative passion for acoustic melodies, emotional lyrics and a keen ear for harmonies
Four college kids who wanted to bring the old energy and excitement of the rock 'n' roll we found in our parents record collections to poetry and into the pubs and clubs we get gigs at.
we want to make 2018 even bigger for us and the fans by playing as many shows and festivals as possible in 2018 and performing new material
A five piece rock/metal band from Nottingham
Guitarist from Middleton in Manchester who's been writing and performing for the last two years.
He's spent the past two years playing as many shows as possible, gaining a name for both his songwriting and dynamic stage presence
by Feliicia - our 2017 Favourite
These are the latest solo offerings from Hollyoaks and Emmerdale actor/musician Ben Gerrard.
With a love off all music, we incorporate our influences and passion and give you Circadian
We're a 4 piece band based in and around Newcastle Under Lyme and Stoke On Trent whose influences vary from Foo Fighters to Black Sabbath.
Originally from the beautiful Shetland Islands and now based in County Durham
Rock & Roll band from Preston UK formed by Frank Halliwell in the mid 1960's, the band is well known for their large as life sound with crashing guitars and soaring melodies.
Singer / songwriter, mostly brought up in South Africa but will be based in Grantham
Cooper Blood Band are a Rock/Power trio from Barnsley, South Yorkshire.
a mix of British and American rock/indie. The influences of the band range from Kasabian to Queen, Foo Fighters to Biffy Clyro and back again.
The band cite their main influences from the post punk movement in the late 70's / early 80's
Their fresh and anthemic take on classic 2000s pop punk has been electrifying audiences all across the UK