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Sat 23 June, 2018
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

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Idle Noise is a 4-piece indie rock band from Coventry. Big guitar driven choruses. Soon to be anthems.

Idle Noise Links: Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud

Watch the highlights of their previous sold-out show at The Sunflower Lounge below:

The Arosa is a rising four-piece alternative indie band, formed in the Midlands. With a strong electric pulse to all their tunes, and a wide variety of brit pop and indie influences, their music has something for everyone, and that’s before they hit the stage! The band originally formed during secondary school where four friends started jamming together, then later deciding on making it public. Since then, The Arosa have gone on to play countless shows at some of Birmingham’s most prestigious live venues including the O2 Institute, The Sunflower Lounge, The Flapper and O2 Academy!

The Arosa Links: Facebook | TwitterSpotify

Watch the official music video to ‘Cast Some Light’ below:

The Desert Yetis have arrived. The Coventry four piece masterfully blend the raw, unhinged grit of Queens of the Stone Age with Arctic Monkeys’ knack for sharp songwriting. Having already showcased their dark, melodic desert rock at unmissable shows in packed out venues around the West Midlands, they are gearing up to release their first single in August.

The Desert Yetis Links: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Watch the band rehearse ‘You’re So Cold’ below:

Bear Witness are a 3 piece alternative rock band from Birmingham with a focus on strong songwriting and expression.  Integrating subtle melodies with monstrous rhythms, influences include Queens of the Stone Age, Kings of Leon, Muse and Jeff Buckley. With their debut EP ‘Dreams of Fame’ released earlier this year they are looking to cause a stir with as much beautiful noise as possible!

Bear Witness Links: Facebook | InstagramSoundCloud

Watch the lyric video to ‘Liquid Diamond’ below: