**This show is moving from the O2 Academy2 to Mama Roux’s. All tickets remain valid**

**The age restriction for this show is now 14+ (Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)**

With a very important anniversary to celebrate, Little Comets play Birmingham O2 Academy on Halloween as part of their autumn UK Tour.

It’s 10 years since the recording of the band’s spectacular debut album ‘In Search of Elusive Little Comets’ and the band will be treating West Midlands fans to nostalgia-fuelled sets featuring songs from both the past and the present.

As part of the celebrations, Little Comets, consisting of Birmingham-based Geordie brothers Rob and Mickey Coles plus another Tyneside native, Matt Hall, have just recorded a brand new live version of their debut album at Liverpool’s Motor Museum and it will now be available on vinyl for the very first time. Housed in an exclusive double-gated sleeve, each limited edition record will feature photos and other special snippets from the past.

“A lot of people have asked us for a vinyl copy of our first album but our old label wouldn’t get any copies pressed so we decided to do it ourselves.” says lead singer, Rob. “It was a great experience re-recording the songs that helped us become the band we are today. It was also pretty emotional and brought back lots of fantastic memories!”

Little Comets Links: Website | Facebook | Spotify

Watch the official music video for ‘American Tuna’ below:

Birmingham based band Riscas have been spreading their own brand of tropical indie pop acros the country and recived international attention after being named as BBC Radio Ones Introducing Artist of the Week in March 2017 quickly marking themselves as ones to watch. Their first single ‘Panic like Tom’ became an instant hit and charted 4th on Spotify’s top UK Viral charts and became a staple on Spotify’s ‘Indie List’ playlist amongst others. As well as selling out venues across the country, Riscas have also supported the likes of Pale Waves, Sam Fender, The Night Cafe and BLOXX. Back from touring Russia this summer, Riscas are back spreading their sun tinged anthems.

Riscas Links: Facebook | Instagram | Spotify


Watch the official music video for ‘Talk Your Mind’ below:

Harico have burst onto the University scene combining elements of psychedelic rock, indie pop and disco sounds with a big stage presence and tight musicianship which has developed a loyal local following. Formed at UoB in 2017, the first three members bonded over music tastes and baked beans, and began jamming over demos in a small halls kitchen. Completing the line up with a skilled drummer at a Society event set the wheels in motion, and they don’t look to be slowing any time soon.

Harico Links: Facebook 



Watch and listen to ‘Dressed Up To The Nines’ below: