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The Manchester four-piece perform their indie-rock material.
The gravelly-voiced singer and guitarist plays country songs.
The four-piece from Auckland, New Zealand, fronted by Jennie Skulander, brings its alternative metal originals to the UK's stages. Support from Sumo Cyco.
The Swedish hard rock band, formed by singer and guitarist Pontus Snibb in Malmo in 2006 bring their Flames tour to Birmingham as it continues its mission to perform hard rock the way it's supposed to be played. Support comes from Tequila Mockingbyrd and Killer Bee.
When Happyness first burst into the public conscience with 2013's debut single It's On You, their spirited take on US college rock was as big a surprise as it was an instant hit. The resulting full length, Weird Little Birthday, went on to feature in many of 2014's End of Year album lists. Worldwide tours, an NME Award, a…
Music from the Welsh rock five piece.
Blues infused indie, post-punk and rock from the quintet.
Self-penned indie-pop comes from this London-based singer.
Canadian blues/alternative rock band comprising of singers Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay, guitarist Ian Docherty, bassist Josh Warburton and drummer Danny Miles.
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.
The band, fronted by Havard Ellefsen, aka Mortiis, brings its mixture of black metal and industrial rock from Norway to the UK.
Masked industrial metal maniacs from Norway.
The Dublin collective plays energetic grunge-pop.
Pulled Apart By Horses
Alternative rockers who've supported Biffy Clyro, Foals and Muse.
The Slow Readers Club
Brooding, electro-indie four-piece making waves on Manchester's music scene.
Part hillbilly, part 'barnyard boogieman' from Finland.
Electro pop and danceable indie sounds from this New Zealand-based sextet.
Your favourite Bee Gees and Abba songs, and other disco soft rock classics, given the full metal workout by a group of be-spandexed rockers.
Twelve Foot Ninja
Innovative fusion metal band from Australia.
The rock quintet from London led by frontman Richard Hutchison, alongside Imran Mair, David Cuzner and Edward Thomas take to the road after sell-out shows in London to showcase their alternative rock tracks including My Heart, Willow Tree, Interlude and Fears.
Us The Duo
Folk-pop husband and wife duo from Los Angeles.
The Macclesfield-based threesome performs its own take on contemporary rock.