The New Righteous Mood – Brand spanking new post-punk 4 piece based in Moseley. For fans of Parquet Courts, The Strokes, Guided By Voices.

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Fresh after their performance at the first ever BBC Music Introducing in the West Midlands showcase, La Dharma are back for a headline show at The Sunflower Lounge!

Birmingham based indie stompers with an 80s pop edge influenced by The 1975 and Blossoms.’ The indie pop foursome La Dharma formed in the West Midlands in early 2017 with founding member Chris Leedham’s passion for writing slick meaningful stories embedded within 80s pop sounds. La Dharma’s signature sound was born after further experimentation with guitarist and old friend Daniel ‘Jonah’ Jones’s indie background. However, the pair were missing the driving force behind the music and were joined by bassist Christian Booth and drummer James Morris to finish the line up with a tight and funky rhythm section. After a successful first year of gigging, the band are looking to release some new tunes towards the end of 2018. So sit back, relax and get ready for big things.

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2019 has been a big year for Midlands 4-piece Fat Cat. The Brummie rockers, fuelled by ear-worm melodies, driving guitars and lively choruses, have rapidly climbed up the bill at many of the second city’s iconic live venues as they continue to write and release music to considerable acclaim.

At the heart of their sound is the shamelessly Brummie charm and swagger that is earning them support across the Midlands and beyond. Their new single ‘Lost’ is a perfect example of the band’s ability to capture the atmosphere of, not only the story that inspired the song, but the city in which it took place.

The rapid expansion of their fanbase shows no sign of slowing as this band look destined for an exciting 2020.

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Having come to life in Digbeth, the creative epicentre of Birmingham, Cellar Door are at the forefront of an indie-inspired emo revival. Introspective, anthemic and pure, this Second City four-piece are for fans of Boston Manor, Basement and Biffy Clyro.

Since their formation in early 2019, Cellar Door have released their debut single ‘Just Like The Rest’, as well as supporting the likes of Shaded, Hey Charlie and Sick Joy. On top of this, they have headlined one of Birmingham’s most acclaimed venues, Muthers Studios.

With plans extending well into 2020, Cellar Door are set on an upwards trajectory, promising innovation, energy and vibrance.

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