SHOOT THE SYMPHONY+ THE MOJO FILTERS + LADY GREY + MIDDLE SPACE

Shoot The Symphony are a fresh five piece alternative band from the small town of Shrewsbury. STS released their first single ‘Unwind’ in late 2015, which was recorded at RML Studios, and were quickly named Band Of The Week by Salop Radio, one of the most well known stations in their hometown.

In early 2016, after playing in hotspots like Camden and Birmingham, STS released their second track ‘Sadie’. These two tracks have carried the band into hours of air time on BBC Introducing, Salop Radio, and more. Their debut EP Side Effects was released late last year.

Shoot The Symphony Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter 

Listen to ‘Sadie’ below:


Plus support from THE MOJO FILTERS

Formed from the ashes of their previous stint gigging, Mitchell Hinkley, Jack Mansell, Callum Dennehy and Joe Dempster decided in late 2015 it was time to start a new band with edge, soul and power. Thus The Mojo Filters was born.

Whilst the energy and soul was already flowing they decided it was missing something that missing piece was Sam Cartwright. The sound of The Mojo Filters is inspired by music from the 50s, 60s and 70s with an edge, their aim is to keep rock and mojo alive.

The Mojo Filters Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Take Me Higher’ below:


Plus support from LADY GREY

Lady Grey captivate with a huge sound and signature melodies. Blending modern indie/pop tone with electric synth, they have formed a unique sound that keeps everyone moving. Lady Grey are set to release their debut EP in summer 2016.

Lady Grey Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Seize the Day’ below:


Plus support from MIDDLE SPACE

Middle Space are upcoming indie rock 4 piece from Telford making waves in the West Midlands and beyond. Taking influence from a range of indie including the likes of Jaws, Pixies and Joy Division and boasting a heavier edge live, they’re definitely not an act to be missed!

Middle Space Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Separate’ below: