Championed by the likes of NME, Radio 1 and BBC Introducing, Huskies’ infectious guitar-pop comes to The Sunflower Lounge this November
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Leeds quartet return with brand new album ‘Blood’ – armed with suckerpunch riffs and zinging choruses & embracing their love of psychedelic cinema
Described by Kurt Cobain as his ‘most favorite songwriters in the whole world’, The Vaselines return with their latest album V for Vaselines
Alternative Scottish hip-hop band described by the Sunday Herald as “the voice of generation”, and critically acclaimed by the likes of The List, The Skinny & BBC Radio 1
Rising Northampton-born songstress combining Laura Marling’s breathless insight with Daughter’s ambient indie, seen supporting the likes of George Ezra & Marika Hackman
Pioneers in electronic rock Silver Apples play Birmingham’s Hare & Hounds this November
Two sonic stallions from the Moshi Moshi stable canter around the counties, for a seasonal co-headline tour. Expect folk-tinged winter hymns and lo-fi audio wizardry
A live date at The Institute accompanies the release of the band’s debut album In The Fullness Of Time, released 24th November 2014
Sunderland indie quintet who have previously toured and collaborated with the likes of Edwyn Collins, The Vaccines & Florence + The Machine.
Bristol born five-piece citing Foals and Arctic Monkeys as influences, catch them at a small venue while you still can…
Aberdeen/Exeter three-piece return with brand new Radio 1 approved album ‘There Is Only You’, following a US tour with Brand New
With a fresh spring in his step after an incredible start to the year, Beans On Toast will be heading back onto the UK live circuit
HGM takes a break from touring with Ben Howard to play a special intimate Birmingham show… “An Americana record of immense spiritual and musical grace” – 9/10, NME
Buckinghamshire trio recently signed to Sony Music, following Radio 1 airplay for their self-released single ‘The Hunter’
Becky Jones, formerly of The RGBs & Groove Armada, returns with a triumphant second album and new cohort Bill Ryder-Jones, following his recent stint with Arctic Monkeys
The Redditch electro-pop six-piece released their debut EP Sleep On The Fire on October 31st and to celebrate they have announced a live date at The Sunflower Lounge.
Former Stereolab frontwoman Laetitia Sadier announces UK dates to coincide with her latest album Something Shines
Formed from the ashes of The La’s & Shack, legendary Liverpool quartet whose live show has been described by Noel Gallagher as ‘a religious experience’
After 7 successful years, Suffolk quartet Canterbury have decided to call it a day. Join the band band on their last ever UK tour this December
The young Telford four-piece formerly known as Weatherbird reinvent themselves working with Royal Blood producer Tom Dalgety in the process.
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Their passion, intensity and sheer joy of life mixed with their infectious dancing rhythms will leave you breathless, enthralled and exhilarated.
One of the last remaining bastions of the British hardcore scene that exploded into the mainstream at the turn of the century return with their most hard-hitting album to date
Birmingham quartet return with their much-anticipated second album ‘Happy People’ and a long awaited hometown show…”this is the sound of a band on fire”
Hailing from the heart of old Gao, Oumar Toure and Aliou Toure were, like most kids growing up in the ancient city, obsessed with hip-hop, R&B and bands like The Read the full article…
Much-acclaimed poet, playwright, novelist and respected recording artist who has worked with Bastille & Sinead O’Connor, and toured with Billy Bragg & Scroobius Pip
Icelandic composer/performer known for his genre-crossing compositions blending classical, pop and ambient/electronica to create a unique musical language
Critically acclaimed folk-pop singer songwriter favoured by Radio 2 and described as “pitch-perfect acoustic pop” by The Independent
Sheffield boy-girl duo return with what promises to be their career defining album – sweet harmonious hooks, rockabilly beats & exuberant yelps
Judith Owen’s latest album, Ebb & Flow, evokes the spirit of the halcyon days of the great 1970s troubadours.
Following tours with St Vincent & The Raveonettes “Their electro-garage-rock wall of sound imagines The Velvet Underground force-feeding hallucinogens to The Ronettes” – NME
Following the release of their debut album Be Slowly, Birmingham quartet JAWS announce their biggest hometown headline show to date.
Newcastle indie trio Little Comets announce a UK tour to coincide with the release of their much anticipated third album Hope Is Just A State Of Mind.
“Blistering jazz drumming, tribal chanting & brutally rhythmic bass-lines…The most exciting live band in Britain” – The Line of Best Fit
With three Irish double platinum records under their belts, recently relocated Dublin quartet return with their epic new album The Long Way
Lotte Mullan embarks on a solo acoustic UK tour next Spring, joined by fellow songstress Jazz Morley as special guest.
Inspired by the 90s hip-hop beats, the delicate pop of The XX, via the swelling orchestral arrangements of Bjork’s ‘Volta’: all held together by Fyfe’s near-falsetto vocal croon
New York noise purveyors A Place to Bury Strangers return with their fourth studio album Transfixiation and their always exhilarating chaotic live show
After announcing festival slots including Longitude, Reading & Leeds and Glastonbury, Bipolar Sunshine will once again make a hotly anticipated appearance at The Institute
Cheltenham sextet reveal their highly anticipated Radio 1 & XFM-approved debut album ‘Don’t Wait ’til Tomorrow’ and their biggest UK headline tour to date
Skinny Lister return with their infectious and unique rum-soaked blend of English folk and punk rock anarchy and brand new album Down on Deptford Broadway