**PLEASE NOTE: This event has been rescheduled to Wednesday 8th April 2015.  Original tickets remain valid.

Bipolar Sunshine is the solo project of Manchester based Adio Marchant, previously of Kid British fame, who with every release continues to impress and carve out his own singular path.

In keeping with his fresh, idiosyncratic sound and conversational vocals, latest single ‘Daydreamer’, released 1st January 2015, has been described as “a warm breeze of a song… that channels 1970’s Elton to dreamy effect” by  The Times.

Marchant has worked with Kid Harpoon (Florence And The Machine, Jessie Ware), Fraser T Smith (Adele, Lily Allen) and producer 21-year-old Jazz Purple on his debut record which is scheduled to be released this year.

Bipolar Sunshine Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Deckchairs on the Moon’ below:

Plus opening support from SHATTER EFFECT

Shatter Effect are an alternative powerhouse of a band currently breaking through in the UK. Their unique sound crosses over somewhere between Enter Shikari and CHVRCHES. The band recently signed their first record deal, and have since gone on to record their debut effort, with a Spring 2015 release expected.

Leading up to Christmas, Shatter Effect featured on a Christmas Charity single with the Peace Collective that starred some of the biggest names in the industry, past and present. The single was a remake of The Farm’s, ‘All Together Now’ and included appearances from The Clash, Madness, David Gray, The Proclaimers, Clean Bandit, and Gorgon City to name a few.

The band pack a punch live and are known for their powerful ‘wall of sound’.

Shatter Effect Links: Website Facebook Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Make Me Hate You’ below: