THE HARTS+ MALLAVORA + SAVESTATE + THE CELLARS

The Harts are an alt rock band fusing elements of grunge and punk.

Forming in early 2016, they have been gigging extensively, releasing their latest single ‘Hate Machine’ last April.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Harts Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Hate Machine’ below:


Plus support from MALLAVORA

Four 20-something students from Birmingham are bringing a new sound to 2017, a homemade mix of heavy music, light vocals and accessible lyrics.

Inspired by the Arctic Monkeys, Gallows and Radiohead, the band have released 2 singles together after over a year of endless jamming at Robannas studios which is just a stones throw away from their halls of residence.

Larry, guitarist, songwriter and student in mechanical engineering, started the band with Brad in first year of university as roommates. Not long after, the band evolved and they were joined by Ellis and Jack to make the full sound.

Mallavora Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Clockwork Drunk’ below:


Plus support from SAVESTATE

The four members of Savestate are made up of various orphans from dissolved bands (Rubicava, Vault of Eagles, Dead Letter Office).

The music they play is angry, loud, soft, gentle, bitter and (they like to think) rather witty alt rock. The kind of euphoric, melodic, heavy but accessible alt rock that was everywhere in the 90s, but now appears to have been almost completely supplanted by indifferent DJs and ‘tasteful’ singer songwriters.

They have only been together for just under 6 months now, but are old souls and have just released their first single ‘Failed State’, written from the perspective of an artificial intelligence realising it’s about to be deleted. Yup. Nerds.

Savestate Links: Soundcloud | Facebook

Listen to ‘Failed State’ below:


Plus support from THE CELLARS

The Cellars are a three piece from a town near Birmingham, influenced by bands such as The Beatles, Paul Weller, The Clash and Dr Feelgood.

The Cellars Links: Facebook

Watch a live performance of ‘Wonderland’ below: