Two years on from their debut album launch at The Sunflower Lounge, Paper Buoys are set to return to the same venue with their second full-length album complete.

The Award-winning Indie/Punk quartet, who’s debut album featured the politically charged ‘Sharp as Razors’ and anthemic fan favorite, ‘Wasted’, have spent the past twelve months crafting what promises to be a worthy follow up,

The band has already offered a taste of what’s to come on their latest singles ‘Chasing Ghosts’ and ‘Time Won’t Wait’, which both inject a whole new sense of maturity to the bands sound.

Outside of the studio, Paper Buoys have been playing shows across the UK, including recently supporting Egyptian Blue and The C33s. They have also featured on the Brum Radio A-List and been supported by BBC Introducing in the West Midlands.

Join the Buoys at The Sunflower on 10th January when they will be debuting the new album live for the first time.

Paper Bouys Links: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter 

Watch the official music video for ‘Chasing Ghosts’ below:

The Good Water’s fuzz fuelled guitar riffs, raw vintage organs, and hypnotic drum beats, lay the foundations for their own unique style of psychedelic, indie, pop.

The bands previous singles have been strongly supported by Steve Lamacq and his 6 Music team. The tracks also secured plays from Radcliffe & Maconie and Tom Robinson on 6 Music, and Janice Long on BBC Radio 2.

“If you like old school 60’s psych, bands like The Coral, you’ll love this.” – Steve Lamacq BBC 6 Music

The Good Water Links: WebsiteFacebook | Twitter



Watch the video to ‘Tell Me What To Do’ here:

Headshrinkers are a four-piece Indie/Punk band from the West Midlands. Built on a vision of capturing modern life within their music, Headshrinkers infuse the vulnerability of veracious poetry, backed by confrontational punk riffs and 60’s jangly guitars.

Taking influence from the likes of Joy Division, The Jam, and The Stone Roses, they amalgamate these influences to create a whole new cacophony of sound. Their frantic, full-force live shows bombard the audience with Matt’s pummeling drums and Xavier’s pounding bass-lines, complemented by James’ searing guitar and Garran’s gritty vocal performance alongside his chaotic stage presence.

Headshrinkers Links: Facebook | Instagram | Spotify 

Check out the lyric video for ‘ Underclass’ here:

Bermuda formed in late 2018 and since then they’ve been taking Birmingham by storm. Playing gigs with names like Big Country and Bedroom/Boredom, Bermuda has made a name for themselves across releasing two singles that have been met with an appraisal. Their plan is to continue spreading their name across Birmingham and branch out to different cities in 2020.

Bermuda Links: Facebook | Instagram | Spotify