PAPER BUOYS+ FABRIK + HOWL + THE PAGANS

To celebrate the release of their debut album, Birmingham’s Paper Buoys return to The Sunflower Lounge for a special headline show.

The indie-punk four piece have put out a number of tracks since forming in 2016, gaining a loyal following and a reputation for their “brutal, everyman anthems” and imaginative music videos. The band have been turning heads in 2017 with their hard hitting live performances and have featured regularly on the Brum Radio A-list.

Recorded at Magic Garden Studio and produced by Gavin Monaghan, the self titled debut will be a collection of previous singles and new/unheard recordings, re-mastered as one complete body of work and will be available physically and digitally via Paper Buoys own label, Fade To Dust from December 15th.

“We’re really excited to have our album launch show at The Sunflower. It’s one of our favorite venues to play and watch bands” said frontman, Chris Newey. “This will be our biggest gig to date and we’re planning a few surprises for on the night”

Paper Buoys Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Had Enough’ below:


Plus support from FABRIK

FABRIK are a four-piece whose music encompasses elements of trip-hop, electronica, rock and psychedelia; creating music with a distinct, cinematic flavour. Their debut album, City Islands, is out now.

Fabrik Links: Bandcamp | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Whitestar’ below:


Plus support from HOWL

Blistering blues full of raw power delivering a modern heavy take on the music from the delta.

Howl Links: Facebook


Plus support from THE PAGANS

The Pagan Shepherds of Humanity aka The Pagans are a 4 piece band hailing from West Bromwich, England. Forming in July 2016, they set on a voyage, fusing elements of hip hop, punk, funk, jazz, metal and reggae to create a sound that would be truly their own. They don’t try to fit into any particular genre but whatever sound they have been creating, it’s certainly unique!

The Pagans Links: Bandcamp | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Cocky’ below: