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THE CREATURE APPEAL + REAL COOL + AFTERGLOW + THE RESERVOIR CATS
The Creature Appeal are an eclectic, four piece, indie-rock band, whose wild instrumentals and throaty, soulful vocals paint them as one of the biggest up-and-coming, independent bands of 2018. Although hailing from the small outskirts of Birmingham, their innovative voice and original songs add a local charm to their gritty, big city sound, creating intense indie anthems, fit for the summer playlists. This show launches a brand new EP hot off the heals from debut single ‘On My Mind’.
Watch and listen to ‘Where Will I Find You Tonight?’ below:
Pop duo Real Cool was formed in January 2016, by brothers Thomas Pledger-Barton and Jacob Barton. Their sound captures the feel of ’80s and ’90s radio pop and is delivered with a modern aesthetic. Their music is crafted around soft synths, delicate piano lines, intricate rhythms and nostalgic lyricism. As a product of of both heartbreak and big dreams, the duo pride themselves on producing songs that you can connect with as well as to dance to, and strive to tap into the emotions of their audience.
“Relishing in lush guitar lines and soft synths, they deliver a modern sound with an 80s punch”
Watch the official music video for ‘Be Quiet’ below:
AFTERGLOW are an upcoming band consisting of member Michal Sklar, Tomas Velho, Daniel Morrison and Brandon Lawrence, using their talents they formed Afterglow and started working on their upcoming EP. With their vocals showing the realisation of daily struggles and their instrumentals being as catchy as some of the greatest bands around they guarantee a memorable night and guarantee you will be singing their songs by the end of the night.
AFTERGLOW Links: Facebook
Formed in Birmingham in 2019, The Reservoir Cats are an 4-piece indie-funk band consisting of Tom Kerfoot (vocals, guitar, keys), Yusuf Khan (guitar), Sachin Chambers (bass) and Nathan Moorley (drums). The band released their debut eponymous EP early this year, with influences ranging from Radiohead to The Chameleons to Earth, Wind & Fire.