LIME+ PIANO WIRE (Ex-Eighties Matchbox) + MEME DETROIT + THE BORGIAS

Lime are a hotly-tipped new three piece from the West Midlands that wear their sound on their sleeve. Bringing a certain raucousness and energy to their live shows, Lime are a band that combine exceptionally catchy hooks along with hard hitting riffs and a certain punk ethos to create their own unique sound.

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Listen to ‘Everything’ below:


Plus support from PIANO WIRE (Ex-Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster) 

Piano Wire are the new band from Sym and Andy, still smouldering from the wreckage of Eighties Matchbox B Line Disaster’s final uncontrolled detonation. The band have been tipped by the likes of The Quietus, Clash and Radio 1 and are making waves with their post-punk pop, which has been compared to everyone from Pixes and Magazine, Queens of The Stoneage and The Cramps. 

Piano Wire Links:  Website | Facebook | Twitter 

Listen to ‘The Genius of the Crowd’ below:


Plus support from MEME DETROIT 

Born & bred in the midlands and raised on a fulfilling musical diet, MeMe Detroit was made to attend piano lessons from the age of six. Seven years later after a short lived 3 years of learning violin she decided to swap the 4 strings for 6 and picked up her first guitar.

Inspired and moved by the heartfelt notes of Jonny Greenwood‘s guitar playing she embarked on a heartfelt mission of her own and started up her first band at the age of 15. The rest is history.

Meme Detroit lives and breathes the sounds that move her. Living her life on a strict regime and self penned motto of “Live to love and you’ll love to live”.

MeMe Detroit Links:  Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Stand Up You’re Living’ below:


Plus opening support from THE BORGIAS

The Borgias are an indie/alt/dance trio from Birmingham. With a fresh sound somewhere between Kasabian, Massive Attack and Happy Mondays, The Borgias have searched the depths and found dancey beats to wonder the universe.

The Borgias Links: Facebook | Twitter 

 

 

 

 

Listen to ‘Juicy Lucy’ below: