Sat 18 Jan - 8:00 pm

Stray Scene

+ guests Belvoir Hill + Jack Hyphen + John Speke and the New Faces
£6
Pay on door

Stray Scene

Stray scene a 4 piece indie/punk band from Scarborough on there headline tour in 2020, played gigs with BBC introducing and this feeling playing tracks from there brand new EP,

“I saw Stray Scene last week and as gigs go it was carnage, fans jumping around on stage, music definitely needs a band like these great live act a must see” Jericho Keys // BBC Introducing/Radio 1

Belvoir Hill

A four piece Manchester based band, originally formed in North Yorkshire, performing indie/pop music while taking an influence from rock, soul and blues from one song to the other.

Jack Hyphen

Hailing from Manchester, the ambiguously named “Jack Hyphen” combines aspects of indie pop and alternative rock to deliver an atmospheric, punchy and occasionally ethereal sound. Jack Hyphen began as a solo project, with acoustic singles such as ‘Not Aligned’ showcasing the singer songwriters vocal prowess, Jack Hyphen was always destined for a much larger sound, thus transforming from a solo effort into a 4-piece alternative pop/rock outfit. Captivating riffs, harmonies and divine melodies drive the debut EP ‘Stops / Changes’, released November 2019.

“A dynamic songwriter with beautiful melodies and a real warmth on stage” Andrew Marston, BBC Music Introducing

John Speke and the New Faces

John Speke and the New Faces are an emerging four piece band from Manchester. They combine inventive, folk-inspired songs with unique guitar melodies, bass lines, drums and their cynical lyrics which reflect a modern day, confused society. John, Adam, Jamie and Josef collaborated as seasoned musicians, adding touches from their own Manchester based influences.

Related Events

Wed 19 Feb

Daddy Long Legs

Thu 20 Feb

GrimmGrimm

Fri 21 Feb

Gulp #2 Magazine Launch

Sat 22 Feb

Beeswaxx