Bridie Jackson and The Arbour's inspired harmony-led arrangements and heavenly strings, create a powerful, dark and hauntingly tender sound, which merges folk with touches of blues, jazz, baroque and gospel.
This 4 piece Brighton band have the perfect balance of pop style vocals & well timed breakdowns, ensuring that their tracks never leave it's indie rock vibes. This band sound a bit like Strokes with a dash of Queens Of The Stone Age.
Suburban Legends are an American band that formed in California, in 1998. The band started out as a third wave ska band, but later moved to a pop and disco sound after a number of lineup changes in 2005.
Electro queen Holly Lapsley Fletcher, a young multi-instrumentalist with a classical background who turned to minimalist electro pop. Her achingly beautiful voice wowed the BBC Introducing crowd at Glastonbury 2014.
One of the wildest and most exciting groups of the current roots and blues revolution. The Brooklyn band's frontman, also named Daddy Long Legs, is a blues hollerer who blurs any definition by age or colour.
Chris Barron is best known as the lead singer of the band Spin Doctors. Chris' solo shows have all the lyric poetry & singing virtuosity that Spin Doctors fans appreciate along with a range of expression that will delight and surprise.