ALEX OHM+ THE JACK FLETCHER BAND + SLEEPY HEADS (ACOUSTIC) + MATT SAYERS

2017 saw Alex release his first EP At First a Drop, Then a Flood to high praise from radio and press alike. 2018 is set to see more music on its way from the Midlands born songwriter.

January see’s Alex release his new single ‘Retreat’ at the Sunflower Lounge Birmingham on Saturday 20th June.

Alex Ohm Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Every Ocean’ below:

 

 

 


Plus support from THE JACK FLETCHER BAND

The Jack Fletcher Band are an indie-rock four piece from Wolverhampton whose musical style can only be described as real – with their stripped back guitar music, midlands twang and their live for the moment attitude.

Combining influences from mod bands such as The Jam & The Who with the rock & roll sounds of Led Zeppelin & Jimi Hendrix,  these ‘Black Country lads’ have played numerous festivals including Lakefest (supporting the likes of Primal Scream, The Coral, Cast and Star Sailor), Party in the Pines Festival (with Twisted Wheel frontman Johnny Brown) as well as a support slot with supported Ocean Colour Scene’s Steve Craddock.

The Jack Fletcher Band Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Has It All Gone Wrong?’ below:


Plus support from SLEEPY HEADS (acoustic)

Formed in early 2017, Sleepy Heads are two brothers, a cousin and Al. Hailing from Cannock, Staffordshire the quartet play upbeat indie rock ‘n’ roll influenced by bands such at The Strokes and Kings of Leon.

Sleepy Heads Links: Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Sideways’ below:


Plus support from MATT SAYERS

Matt Sayers, a singer/songwriter from the West Midlands, recently released his debut EP Hummingbird. Drawing influences from folk, Americana and roots music, Matt delivers lyrically driven songs accompanied by his acoustic guitar.

He has been playing around the West Midlands and further afield with performances in Wrexham and Doncaster this year and is working on more music for 2018.

Matt Sayers Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Hummingbird’ below: