Born in the Midlands, now based in Manchester, Jack Hyphen is a singer-songwriter who fuses together alt-rock and indie-pop and just about everything in between. Rising out of the ashes of now defunct Herefordshire indie band Point Zero, Hyphen’s sound is atmospheric, punchy, at times ethereal, and altogether his own.
Though initially just a solo project releasing singles such as ‘Not Aligned’ which allowed Hyphen to showcase both his vocal and lyrical prowess, it soon became clear that he was destined for a much larger sound. As such, mid-2019 saw the solo effort expand to a four-piece before releasing his debut EP Stops / Changes at the tail end of the year.
Harriet Dagnall has been writing and performing since the age of fourteen. Originally from Bolton, she was raised on an eclectic range of music and still draws influence from the likes of Joni Mitchell, Fleetwood Mac and Cocteau Twins. Whilst other influences include The Japanese House, Alvvays and The War on Drugs, cut her and she bleeds Dad music. Combining elements of dream-pop and indie rock with soaring ethereal vocals, Harriet reluctantly refers to herself under the catch-all ‘alt-pop’. Her Debut EP, Dead Time, released in 2022, received support from BBC Introducing, Alex Rainbird and Tom Robinson’s Fresh on The Net. She is currently working on her second EP which she hopes to release next year.