Sun 25 Aug - 7:30 pm

BARDS Single Launch

+ Big Cat Chic + Sequoia + Pulse
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Dreamy vocals, driven guitars and bone shaking bass tones. BARDS continue to gather interest as they captivate crowds with their modern take on grunge.

Rising from the North West and fuelled with the spirit of DIY. The bands self released debut EP, Moonsand, secured features on Bandcamp's New and Notable, Amazing Radio's UK station as well as securing them the opportunity to tour their hard-hitting live show nationwide in 2023.

Back on home turf the group are set to reignite the stage with a run of tantalising and refreshing new releases that are not to be slept on.

Big Cat Chic

Described by Louder than War Magazine as having a Cocteau Twins’ other worldliness, Manchester’s Big Cat Chic merge genres from funk to psych to grunge, blending the dark and the glamorous in order to deliver a hard hitting, punk-inspired cocktail that’s as heady as it is their own.


Sequoia are a 4-piece self professed "copse-rock" outfit hailing from the valleys of the North West UK. Distorted guitars and hard hitting bass lines meet sweeping synthesizers and luscious keys for a captivatingly unique and thunderous sound.


Forming in 2023, Pulse was born in the streets of Manchester in which Ben Bramhall, Oliver Wilkinson, James Anderson, came together to write songs of misunderstood youth and growing up in the 21st century. The echoes of Nirvana and The Smashing Pumpkins resonate within their songs with hints of Phoebe Bridgers and The Smiths. The energy and aggression of songs like ‘Selfless’ and ‘The girl and the golden dress’ get the masses moving at their shows. Not to mention they also bring a quiet and more impactful sound with songs like ‘Where does the earth go’ and ‘Better off now’ for days watching the world go by.

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