The Bedroom Text

The Bedroom Text are a self proclaimed 'emo-tinged Indie Rock' band that hail from the sea side town of Bournemouth. They have supported a great number of up and coming acts such as Wild Front, Bloody Knees and The Manatees to name a few. Drawing influences from all corners of guitar driven music, from Ben Howard to Bombay Bicycle Club, combined with meaningful lyrics and energetic live performances, the band are always set to write music different from the last, and play shows that leaves people wanting more.

Follower

Brand new alt-rock five-piece FOLLOWER have announced the release of their debut EP 'Against the Ropes' and revealed the first two singles which have been released on all music platforms.

The 6-track EP, like many debuts, started in a bedroom with the whole band closely involved in writing; drawing from their own experiences as a collective and as individuals. The EP was then recorded at Outhouse studios with Simon Jackman, who also mixed and mastered the tracks.

Higher Ground

Higher Ground are a five piece rock band based in the London/Essex vicinity of England. We’ve been putting up with each other’s nonsense for 3 PAINFUL years and are looking forward to finally bringing some of that nonsense to the outside world. Our likes include pinch harmonics, double kick pedal drum beats, a modest amount of screaming and long walks on the beach. Our turn offs include ballads (although we may concede on occasion), mosh pit injuries and Donald Trump rallies.

Erica Drive

ERICA DRIVE were officially formed at the start of 2017, when vocalist/guitarist Matt Underdown and guitarist Frank Harding worked on some initial song ideas, simply for the love of creating music. As the project gained momentum, long-time friends Sam Firmin (guitar & vocals) and Damien Carter (drums) joined the ranks. The newly-formed band then hit the rehearsal room and live circuit, before heading to Ranch Production House to commence work with Neil Kennedy (Creeper) & Daly George on their self-titled debut EP. The band’s debut EP picked up over 10,000 plays on Spotify.

Namsaké

“9/10. I love it. And I love how much emotions are in the vocals. Haven’t heard anything like this!”- Seth Burton. “I can hear it being played in cafés already”- Jerome Fitts Conceived on the sunny shores of Falmouth, Cornwall. Namsaké provide an energetic rhythm section coupled with ethereal instrumental layering and punchy choruses. With music constantly flowing from their instruments, they’ll have a bunch of albums out in no time.

Priests to Pilots

Priests to Pilots are a South London Pop-Punk / Emo Rock four piece. Some say they are darker than Cradle of Filth, others claim they are derivative of Katy Perry. Formed in 2016, Priests to Pilots have been playing shows in London, and released their debut EP "Remember Me, With Favour" in 2017, which received positive reviews from local blogs (9/10 from AltCorner). 2018 sees the release of their second EP "Every Day is A Little Less Colourful", produced by Daly George (Creeper, Boston Manor, Milk Teeth), with a heavier and more emo edge than their previous release.

The fortySix

The fortySix are a Neo-Emo Soul quartet based in Southampton, UK.
Lead singer and guitarist, Karan Master is accompanied by rhythm guitarist Jono Powell , drummer Jamie Trickey and bassist Cam Lynn.
Building on the successes of Karan Master’s past compositions, The fortySix launched with their debut debut single, ‘46’ on the 25th January 2018 and has been gaining momentum via Bandcamp, Spotify and iTunes.

Scarecrow Boat

Formed in 2014 based on a mutual affection for Dark Fruits, happy sounding sad music, and love of Nandos, Scarecrow Boat are a ‘indie punk’ band from Southampton UK. Having shared stages with international touring bands such as The Flatliners, SWMRS,, Sorority Noise and Creeper, as well as several DIY tours of the UK, the band mark any success down to being loud, catchy and full of charm. With songs about mental health, Star Wars and the circus, Scarecrow Boat aren’t afraid to talk about difficult subjects, albeit with tongues firmly in cheek.

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