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The alternative duo - also known as Lancashire born pals Ben Fletcher and Tom Higham - originally met through rival bands. However, their mutual love of electro-pop convinced them to work together and they have subsequently released five EPs. Catch them as they cast a spell with their dreamy dream-pop songs.
The Blackpool-based pop-punk band performs its self-penned songs.
Carl Barât & The Jackals
The former Libertine and member of Dirty Pretty Things heads out with his newest band The Jackals.
The band delivers raucous ska blended with roots reggae as they celebrate the release of their new single Don't You Try.
The Manchester four-piece perform their indie-rock material.
The gravelly-voiced singer and guitarist plays country songs.
This Wrexham-based outfit brings its experimental rock and electronica to the stage.
The South London trio perform songs from their album Weird Little Birthday.
Liverpool-formed collective The Stands burst onto the scene in 2002 with their raw rock sound. Following their split three years later singer-songwriter Howie Payne stepped out on his own with emotive indie-rock tunes and a passionate folk vibe, which he presents to you this evening.
Into The Ark
Into The Ark are Dane Lloyd & Taylor Jones. Hailing from Blackwood in South Wales, Dane & Taylor’s story is one that probably resonates with many aspiring musicians and dreamers across the globe. But it’s their hauntingly pitch perfect harmonies and beautiful lyrics that set this duo apart.
Liverpudlian alt-rock six piece ensemble perform their latest material, including their single Hasty.
Veteran German industrial outfit whose full name Kein Mehrheit Fur Die Mitleid means 'no pity for the majority.'
Oxford singer-songwriter in the Ed Sheeran mould.
The indie-rock outfit from Brooklyn performs in support of its album Return To Love.
O'Connell & Love
The Alabama 3's Larry Love joins forces with his songwriting partner Brendan O'Connell to perform their original rock songs.
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Brooklyn masters of 90s style indie pop.
Pulled Apart By Horses
Alternative rockers who've supported Biffy Clyro, Foals and Muse.
Self-penned contemporary pop comes from this Newcastle-based foursome.
Legendary Jamaican ska combo who practically invented the genre in the 60s, reformed in the 1980s and have been skanking ever since.
The Slow Readers Club
The Mancunian four-piece, fronted by Aaron Starkie, perform their brooding, electro-indie material. The outfit have gained much attention for their doom-pop tunes, having drawn in massive crowds at summer festivals last year including Kendal Calling and have supported James on their 2016 tour.
Folk-rock with a psychedelic twist comes from this quintet who hail from the North West of England.
The London quartet perform their indie-folk material ahead of the release of its debut album, Into The Flophouse.
Twelve Foot Ninja
Innovative fusion metal band from Australia.