If you’re a fan of indie anthems, flamboyant style and feel-good vibes, then Jerry Williams could quite possibly be your new favourite artist.
Following the release of their second studio album on 31st August, Bristolian rockers IDLES have been on a tour of the UK playing some in-store shows at some of the nation’s favourite independent record stores.
“I was surrounded by photography from an early age, both my mum and dad were hobby photographers, and I was inspired by the beautiful landscape images they could capture. They certainly influenced me most.” – Tony Palmer
“A great picture is simply one that makes you feel something. It’s easy to take a nice photo, but harder to take one that actually elicits emotion.” – Alex Fountain
“A great photograph not only stops you in your tracks but also leaves an emotional footprint well after the initial viewing.” – Jonathan Peterson, photographer
On a night dominated by thunderstorms, Jerry Williams provided the ray of sunshine that kept everyone smiling going into the Bank Holiday weekend.
“A lot of how I feel after I get off stage totally relies on the crowd. If the crowd are having a good time, then I’m having a good time” – a conversation with Jerry Williams
Black Honey put on a phenomenal show at The Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth, proving why they’re one of the hottest up-and-coming bands around.
Reef, The Wildhearts and Terrorvision come together for the Britrock Must Be Destroyed tour and will play the Portsmouth Guildhall on the 26th May.
Black Honey are one of the hottest bands in the UK right now. They’re coming to the south coast to play The Wedgewood Rooms on 15th May.