Grafton Ash are a four-piece pop/folk band from Worcestershire, UK. With their strong vocal harmonies and fusion of electronic and acoustic styles, the bands live set projects a dark energy that combines well with their subtle, meaningful lyrics.

Their debut EP Avalanche was released in summer 2015 and quickly gained attention and backing of BBC Introducing. With the title track becoming ‘Track of the Week’ twice and the lads being invited to film a live session on the BBC Introducing stage at Nozstock.

They joined Flye and Tom Walker, supporting them both on their UK tours and despite being unsigned; the past few years have seen them share the stage with The Feeling, The Fratellis and Reef, playing sold out shows at the Birmingham O2 Institute and London O2 Academy Islington.

They were recently invited to support James Blunt on his Afterlove World Tour at The Arena Birmingham, stepping in for singer-songwriter Jamie Lawson in his absence. Grafton Ash head out on their first UK tour December 2017.

Grafton Ash Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch out the video to ‘Existing’ here:

Plus support from RYAN SPARROW

Playing his mix of folk and singer/songwriter pop, Ryan Sparrow has worked his way from his bedroom to venues across the country and continues to rise.

Ryan Sparrow Links:  Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Tides’ below:

Plus support from LUCY MAY WALKER

Lucy May Walker is a folk-pop singer-songwriter based in London. She has supported the likes of Lucy Spraggan, The Dunwells and Marc Wilkinson, has over 15 thousand views on Youtube, and has been played regularly on BBC Introducing across the Midlands.

Lucy is due to release a 5 track EP in March next year.

Lucy May Walker Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch a live performance of ‘You’re Not Alone’ below: