Dancing On Tables are a five-piece pop-rock band from Dunfermline, a small town just outside Edinburgh.

Alongside sound-tracking national campaigns for Scottish Water and Schuh x Adidas, the boys’ live game continues to impress. UK tour support of the likes of Cassia have come alongside festivals such as LatitudeThe Great Escape and Liverpool Sound City, as well as a number of their own sold-out tour dates across the country.

The band pride themselves on their energetic and engaging live performance, using a variety of influences in curating their sound – think if The 1975 met Blossoms at a Future Islands show.

American chart-topping writers Liz Rose and Seth Ennis are amongst the list of stars involved in new material as Dancing On Tables’ sound continues to evolve. Their infectious blend of UK Indie-Pop, is complimented by the anthemic, story telling influence from across the Atlantic. You can understand why one of Variety Magazine’s “10 Brits to Watch” are ready to make the world dance.

Dancing On Tables Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the official music video for ‘Missing’ below:

Young Braves are an alternative rock band hailing from Shropshire. After support slots with the likes of Little Comets, The Sherlocks and The Amazons, the band has been busy focusing on writing new material.

Their tracks are regularly played on BBC Introducing, with track ‘Youth’ receiving airplay by Huw Stephens on Radio 1. They have also played live sessions for BBC Introducing Shropshire and a session for Sofar Sounds London. Their song ‘For the Day’ got selected for Record of the Day, which created a lot of interest around the band. Under their previous band name Arcade Parade, they also received airplay on Radio X, Amazing Radio, Beacon Radio (now known as Free Radio) and their song ‘Grace’ featured on a Jamie Oliver YouTube video.

Young Braves Links: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Watch the official music video for ‘Lunatic’ below:

Future Fires are a four-piece rock band from Birmingham, UK. Inspired by indie giants such as Editors and the rough-and-ready rock of Royal Blood and The White Stripes, Future Fires combine signature thumping guitar riffs with singalong choruses.

“Guitars, bags of attitude and dancey undercurrents galore” – Medium Magazine

Future Fire Links: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter 




Check out the official video for ‘Midnight’ below: