In the midst of the 2020 summer, Black Honey caused a bit of commotion on their social media pages when…
With the recent government announcements that we are *hopefully* on the pathway back to normality, there is great hope and anticipation that those with tickets will finally be able to attend a live show once more.
Gengahr have announced that they shall be heading back out on the road again later this year to visit towns and cities they weren’t able to reach in February.
Having already sold out his May headline tour, Paul Weller will be heading back on the road in the autumn to play 19 further dates in October and November.
The rocking Glaswegian trio that is Twin Atlantic will be embarking on a 13-date UK headline tour in March, playing…
After a sold out show in their hometown at The Loft last August, Southampton four-piece Costellos will return home once more as part of their headline tour with Modern Age Music to play at Heartbreakers alongside Mancunian quintet Dirty Laces and Hastings natives Alibi.
Harriette Pilbeam, better known professionally as Hatchie, is currently embarking on her biggest UK tour to date whilst supporting former NME Best New Band winners The Vaccines.
They encompass everything that is great about indie rock n roll, with catchy hooks created by silky guitars, and singalong vocals that would not be misplaced at festivals countrywide.
Frontier Ruckus, an indie-folk trio from Michigan comprised of acclaimed lyricist Matthew Milia, fellow founding member David Jones, and Zachary Nichols, will be heading to Winchester on the final date of their European tour on 16th September.
Be sure to head down to support an artist who will undoubtedly be heading on to far greater things in the very near future!