RISCAS+ KING PURPLE + THE REAL COOL + JUNIOR WEEB

Birmingham based indie four-piece Riscas announce their debut single launch party at The Sunflower Lounge. Recently named as BBC Radio 1 Introducing ‘Artist of the Week’, the band charted 4th on Spotify‘s most viral UK tracks in March, after releasing their first demo ‘Panic Like Tom’.

The band channel spritely indie-rock sentimentality with a tropical edge. The result is a seamless concoction of influences including the wriggling rhythms of Vampire Weekend and Two Door Cinema Club, the euphoric, festival ready choruses of The Maccabees and the anecdotal earworms of The 1975.

Having supported the likes of ClayHigh Tyde and The Assist, and amassing 20,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, the band show no sign of stopping. Receiving praise from Greg James and Scott Mills, Riscas are taking the country by storm.

Riscas Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Panic Like Tom’ below:


Plus support from KING PURPLE

King Purple are a groove rock band from Corby. Since their inception to their live scene they have been winning fans with their infectious 90s tinged tracks. They recently released their debut track ‘The Key’ to rave reviews, making the wait to their heavily anticipated debut EP to be released in late spring a long one. Get out and hear these tracks live!

King Purple Links: BandcampFacebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘The Key’ below:


Plus support from THE REAL COOL

Driven by honest lyrics, dreamy soundscapes and snappy rhythms. The Real Cool synthesise the sounds of 80s and contemporary pop. Drawing influence from their suburban upbringing and love for listening to pop music, the band are passionate about delivering music that evokes feeling.

The Real Cool Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Blinds’ below:


Plus support from JUNIOR WEEB

Junior Weeb are an indie/alternative four piece from Droitwich Spa influenced by bands such as The CribsCatfish & The Bottlemen and Pixies.

Junior Weeb Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Not Right’ below: