BROTHERS OF THE MOMENT *NEW DATE*+ NOW WE RUN + MISTRUSTED

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PLEASE NOTE: This event has been moved from Fri 14th July 2017 at The Actress & Bishop to Sat 15th July 2017 at The Flapper, Birmingham. Original tickets remain valid.
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Founded in late 2014 Brothers of The Moment consists of brothers Ryan and Adam Liggins, and High School friends Jordan Allen and Ryan Merrett.

Incorporating their vast range of influences they create a unique, passionate, heavy, sing-a-long sound that defies description. Look for them this year as they take their sound to music fans everywhere.

Brothers of the Moment Links: Soundcloud | Facebook

Watch the video for ‘Forever From Heaven’ below:

 

 


Plus support from NOW WE RUN

Now We Run, a full throttled emotional storm of alternate post-hardcore rock, formed in early 2017. With huge chorus’, intricate yet blistering guitar harmonies underwritten by infectious vocal melodies, be sure to catch these boys at a live show, and the world will make sense again.

Influences include Funeral For A Friend, Taking Back Sunday, Thrice, Fightstar and You Me at Six, to name but a few. With songs such as ‘Martensite’ and ‘When I’m With You’ already making waves on this years music scene, look out for the West Midlands lads’ debut releases coming later in 2017.

Now We Run Links: Soundcloud | Facebook

Watch the video for ‘Martensite’ below:


Plus support from MISTRUSTED

Three piece from Wolverhampton comprising on guitar/vocals, Ken Sutera, drums Kal bahia and bass/vocals Ed Morton.

Influenced by punk, grunge, psychedelia, noise and conventional hard rock styles, Mistrusted has a distinct heavy yet textured punk rock sound having more in common with retro tones favouring old school valve bite over modern American high gain tone.

They have a distinct approach lyrically, often including codified symbolism and unconventional rhyme schemes. A wide range of themes are covered often seemingly unconnected but shot through with the same unflinching eye. Existential, rhetorical and political themes feature heavily.

Mistrusted Links: Facebook | Twitter