Two years on from her blistering debut ‘A Suitable Girl’, Ali Barter has announced her triumphant return with ‘Hello, I’m Doing My Best’ – a revealing collection of songs that track her most formative relationships: to her body, her instincts, sobriety and the old vices it counteracts, and the people she loves most.

Since winning ‘the triple j Unearthed’ competition and releasing her debut album ‘A Suitable Girl’ in 2017, the former choir girl has enjoyed support at home in Australia from triple j, FBi Radio, The Australian, Rolling Stone and Tone Deaf, while further afield, Beats 1, Clash and The 405 have all thrown support behind the unconventional pop star.

Barter has toured relentlessly, completing two sold out headline tours, countless festival slots and supported The Rubens, The War On Drugs, The Jezabels, Stevie Nicks, The Preatures, Chrissie Hynde and personal hero, Liz Phair.

Ali Barter Links: Website | Facebook | Instagram

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The Butters Aliens are a young, eccentric modern era punk band from Birmingham. With influences like RATBOY, SKEPTA and FIDLAR, they create a very lively environment when they are performing.

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The Bracket are a Midlands based trio who are all still 17 years old. They’ve been perfecting their set in pubs and a rehearsal space where The Charlatans wrote three records. They recorded a two track demo in a kitchen which was then released onto Soundcloud receiving praise locally.  They’re now looking to make the next step into clubs and their sound pairs hard, biting guitar, similar to The Clash, with a romanticised and quintessentially English approach to lyrics comparable to The Smiths or Peter Doherty. If you’re looking for the next big band, these are your boys.

The Bracket Links: Facebook | Instagram | SoundCloud

Bleach are a South Birmingham Alt-Rock band formed in December 2018. The sinewy twin-guitar attack of Jack and Evan is augmented by the killer, physical rhythm section of Bassist Zac and Drummer Stan. Evan fronts the band with his unique vocals counterbalancing the twists and turns of the dynamic and melodic songs. Financing their first recording session from winning a local Battle of The Bands and picking up a decent local following, their recent Sunflower Lounge show in Birmingham saw them being hailed as ones to watch by One Extra DJ Tim Senna – Pete Byrchmore, Louder Than Sound.

Bleach Links: Facebook | Instagram