PLEASE NOTE: This event has been moved from The Castle & Falcon to The Flapper, Kingston Row, Birmingham B1 2NU. Ages restrictions will now be 18+. Original tickets remain valid. Alternatively, refunds are available at point of purchase.

Newcomer Jerry Williams is 21 year-old singer-songwriter from Portsmouth whose guitar-led pop is primed to capture your breath with raw sentiment and watercolour narratives.

The singer-songwriter’s sugary vocals shine on ‘Mother’, a whimsical cut delivered with breezy ease that’s gathering support from BBC Introducing and Clash.

Live, her charismatic performance could crack even the hardest smile. Jerry played three shows at The Great Escape to great acclaim, and has also been tipped as one of The Box/4Music’s Top 4 Ones to Watch alongside Declan McKenna, Tom Grennan and Fatherson.

“Think feminine Ed Sheeran, Jerry Williams a true British star set to deservedly breakthrough in an enormous way.” – The Times

Jerry Williams Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘I’m Not In Love With You’ below:

Plus support from SHE

After releasing their stellar debut single ‘Body Talk’, Midlands based five-piece SHE are back with a spectacular sophomore track ‘Howl’. Between them, band members Rebecca & Robin Davies, Simon McCoy, Edd Duffell and Ricky Hill have a few years worth of experience, under various guises and pseudonyms, all of which has led them to this very place. Debut ‘Body Talk’ previously amassed support from Glamglare, Dork, BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio, Stereoboard, It’s All Indie, and more.

Taking inspiration from the likes HAIM, Fickle Friends, and Foals, SHE have managed to craft their own unique brand of indie-pop, ranging from cool and collected numbers to energetic toe tappers to lively, fist pounding bangers.

SHE Links: SoundcloudFacebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Body Talk’ below:

Plus support from HÜDS

HÜDS are a high energy avant-garde rock ‘n’ roll quartet from Wolverhampton.

HÜDS Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Head-Up Display’ below:

Plus support from LUCY SHAW

Lucy Shaw’s emotionally charged lyrics captivate her audience as she delivers them with great charm and eloquence.

She takes her audience on an enthralling journey of emotion, connecting them with an insightful and relevant view of the world – beautiful, poignant and uplifting.

‘Wingman’ captures the joy of that special friend and ‘Dear Teenage Girls‘ recognises the complexity of the pressures of youth – be prepared to be enchanted.

Lucy Shaw Links: Soundcloud  | Facebook | Twitter

Watch a live performance of ‘I’m Scared’ below: