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NO HOT ASHES + ROMA COVE + HONEY I SHOT THE PRESIDENT
Another formidable talent to emerge from Stockport, Greater Manchester in recent times, No Hot Ashes have been making waves around the North-West and beyond for the last few years. With a string of infectious singles in their repertoire including ‘Easy Peeler’, ‘Bellyaches’, and ‘Eight Till Late’, the band have received continued support across radio from the likes of BBC 6 Music and Radio X. Soaking up major support slots with the likes of Blossoms, Spring King, The Amazons and Prides around the UK, not to mention major festival appearances at the likes of Y NOT Festival, Isle of Wight and Kendal Calling, the band have already amassed over 3.5 million plays on Spotify. Word is spreading fast, so much so that the band were even asked to perform on hit BBC series ‘The A-Word’, Which was aired in the UK on BBC 1 and globally.
Following a landmark SOLD-OUT show at the 950 capacity Manchester Academy 2 last year (which sold out over a month before the show date) and recent sell out at Manchester’s AATMA (in which 150 tickets sold out in under 10 minutes), fans will have the chance to catch the band again in 2019 as they prepare for a spate of new UK dates and festival shows; including their biggest headline show to date at Manchester’s o2 Ritz on 27th September.
Watch the official music video for ‘W.Y.N.A’ below:
Formed in 2018, Roma Cove are a 4 piece indie/alternative band inspired by Catfish and the Bottlemen & Circa Waves, comprised of Lewis P (lead guitar), Tom (Drums) and brothers Lewis M (rhythm guitar, vocals) and Joel (Bass).
Formerly known as HYDE their debut single “Stuck in My Mind” which also featured “Just for Laughs” was released in May 2019. “A sprightly, jingly guitar indie pop tune with a sing along a chorus that you can see going down well at their live shows” – Indie Midlands
After earning local recognition supporting acts such as Oddity Road & The Seamonsters and performing on the launch night for The Future Sound Project, they played their first headline gig in May 2019 to a packed out Sunflower Lounge.
The band rebranded to Roma Cove to claim a unique identity in the West Midlands music scene, and are set to see out multiple headline shows in Birmingham with new material dropping before the end of the year.