The Cult Collective are a three-piece indie band from Birmingham/Coventry, consisting of Jake on vocal/guitar, Dale on bass/vocal and Ben on drums.

With tongue in cheek lyrics and hard hitting songs for fans of The StrokesOasisBlack Rebel Motorcycle Club and Queens Of The Stoneage.

The Cult Collective Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Bizzy Lizzy’ below:



Plus support from REASON 13

Reason 13 stand out from the crowd! Hard riffs fused with strong melodies make this band a complete sound.

Reason 13 Links: Facebook

Listen to ‘Lebona Mary’ below:

Plus support from MALONE

Malone’s music has an uptempo riff laden sound for fans of Biffy Clyro, Foo Fighters, Feeder, Incubus.

Having just released the long awaited debut album, Might As Well Face It, on CD and iTunes, Malone and his band are primed to entertain and take the music to the public.

Having trawled the UK toilet circuit with popular local rock band ‘Season’ for 10 years in the 00’s, Matt Malone decided it was time to go it alone. Frustrated with the lack of ambition and commitment from other band members, it was time to ignore other people’s life choices and make a huge life choice of his own.

Malone Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘No More’ below:

Plus support from HIGH KNUCKS

High Knucks distinctive style of fast and loud indie-punk was born in Coventry, UK, in late 2016. Bassist Rev Taylor brought on board guitarists Sean Hands and Alan Ferguson, drummer Rob Brown along with vocalist, and brother, T-bone Taylor.

The band came together quickly and the boys went straight into the studio to record a number of tracks. In between the studio and gigging they shot and released a video for their track, ‘Speed’. They’re now gigging as much as possible, throwing out their fast and loose punk rock’n’roll vibes; their influences include Dead Kennedys, The Cramps, Gallows, Plague Vendor, Joy Division, Against Me!, The Bronx, amongst  many others.

High Knucks Links: Bandcamp | Facebook

Watch the video for ‘Speed’ below: