Seprona play at Night & Day Cafe, Manchester, as part of their upcoming tour. Their last two singles have propelled them on to a national scale, How Much Time was played on BBC Radio 2 several weeks running, and their latest single Slow Down was used by ITV This Morning and played to millions of people. They bring with them an arsenal of amazing songs that can take you on a voyage.
Hushtones are one of Liverpool’s hottest new live acts, with nostalgic feels, soaring melodies and a smooth blend of male and female voices. Their take on pop music has been described as punchy and powerful with nods to Fleetwood Mac and Sunflower Bean. Fron- ted by Martha Goddard and Mick Campbell, the two lead songwriters, alongside Caitlin Mc- Paul on bass and backing vocals, Joe Dillon, guitar and backing vocals, and Abraham Tesfa- christos on drums. The band creates varied, harmonious music often with a sense of uplift.
Their music has received regular air play from BBC Music Introducing resulting in festival and live show bookings including Skeleton Coast Festival and Sound City. This also led to Hushtones being invited to Media City to record an acoustic session for television with the BBC. Here they performed a version of the latest single Where is the Line.
2020 promises big things for this fresh new Merseyside band, with new releases and UK tours.
4 piece alternative rock band from Matlock, Derbyshire.