Last year, 23 year old Adam French released his stunning EP More to Life, swiftly followed by single ‘Silhouettes’ last April. This winter, he embarks on a UK headline tour, calling at Birmingham’s Ort Cafe on Sat 23rd January 2016.

The young Bowie look-a-like taught himself to play guitar at the age of 10 and was born and raised in Congleton, just outside Manchester where he worked in the local record store and cut his teeth on the northern gig circuit in various guises. Now French has established himself as a solo writer and producer capable of crafting flawless songs in his London home studio.

Having already gone down a storm playing the BBC Introducing stage at Leeds & Reading Festivals, as well as recent support slots with Frances, Rat Boy and Jack Garratt, Adam sets out on his first headline tour in January 2016.

Adam French Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch Adam perform for Burberry Acoustic below:

Plus support from KATEGOES

Now a gawky-pop trio from Birmingham, KateGoes started in 2005 as a gawky, 5 piece pop band. Succumb to irresistibly sweet and honest lyrics, as they plump up a pillow of lush three part harmonies and proceed to smother your face with it!

KateGoes Links: Bandcamp | Facebook | Twitter 





Listen to Animals Who Want To Be Other Animals below:

And opening support from JAMES LEESE

Stafford-born singer songwriter James Leese released both his first EP and first LP last year, after only a few years playing within the Midlands music scene. The 19 year old draws inspiration from a wide range of music, melding the acoustic style of Charlie Simpson with the rock sounds of bands such as Modern Baseball and Real Friends. 

James Leese Links: Bandcamp | Facebook 




Listen to I Tried below: