Formed in 2017, Sleepy Heads consists of brothers Ben Phillips (Vocals/Guitar) and Tom Phillips (Guitar), their cousin Will Phillips (Drums) and absolutely not left out at all, Alex Jones (Bass).

Influences from The Strokes, Kings Of Leon, Foo Fighters.

Sleepy Heads Links: Facebook | Spotify





West Midlands post punkers. Hotplate have an energetic and unpredictable live show you won’t want to miss.

Hotplate Links: SoundCloud | Facebook | Spotify







Watch the official music video for ‘Scratches’ below:

Glass Ceilings – ‘Counteract’ branded this indie quartet a band that “carry so much promise” and admired their “infectious melodies and tight vocals”. These guys are rising fast into the scene, having recently finished their debut tour, on which they played sold-out crowds in cities they’d never even visited before and sold out every hometown show of 2019. 12 months ago they had a measly 200 followers on social media, and 400 combined streams on their music. They’ve now risen to over 1,000 followers across media platforms and have hit 6,000 streams on Spotify alone. Listen to their EP ‘Liars’ now on all streaming platforms, and watch out for their next release at the beginning of 2020.

Glass Ceilings Links: Facebook | Instagram | Website


Check out the official video for ‘Talk’ here:

The Common; formed in the back streets of Digbeth in the back end of 2018.
Iridescent, jangly guitar, haunting vocals and powerful drums; combining elements of dream-pop, post-punk, shoegaze and alt-rock.

The Common are an ambitious and unique band who feel that indie music is due a resurgence very soon.

Their debut EP Monachopsis is available to stream on all major platforms.

The Common Links: Facebook | Instagram | Spotify




Listen to the audio for ‘Monachopsis’ here”